George W. Bush Childhood Home

"The mission of the George W. Bush Childhood Home, Inc., is to express and interpret the history of one of America’s great families by telling the story of the Bush Family and the childhood of George W. Bush in Midland, Texas, and celebrating the lives of two presidents, two governors, and two first ladies."
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The Petroleum Museum

Founded in 1975 by George T. Abell, the Museum tells the story of petroleum and the rugged lives of men and women who sought a better life.
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The Confederate Air Force

Experience the dramatic power of flight.  With over 40,000 square feet of historic aircraft, artifact, and memorabilia, the American Airpower Heritage Museum hosts one of the finest WWII collections of aircrafts.  The Ghost Squadron is being held in a 60,000 square-foot hanger with a 140 plane flying collections.
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The Midland RockHounds

The Midland RockHounds are the team formerly known as the Midland Angels.  The RockHounds front office remains the same, as does their importance in the Permian Basin.  Heading the Midland franchise are team owners Miles Prentice and Bob Richmond, also owners of the Odessa Jackalopes.  This franchise is one of the most respected and successful minor league organizations in the nation.  These two men are dedicated to their motto: Good, Clean, Family Fun.  This motto leads to that RockHounds baseball is all about.  Affordable, quality, family entertainment.
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The Odessa Jackalopes

The Odessa Jackalopes are already headed in the right direction.  The Jacks are owned and operated by the same group that leads one of the most respected minor league baseball organizations, the Midland RockHounds.  Team owners Miles Prentice and Bob Richmond, along with General Manager Monty Hoppel, share the same philosophy as the W.P.H.L.  The philosophy is to provide first-class family entertainment at a reasonable price, and to provide the strongest possibly line-up of promotions and special events surrounding our sporting events.
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Museum of the Southwest

Shaded by lush landscaping, the Museum of the Southwest lives in the historic Turner Mansion, recognized as a state and national historic site.  Built in 1934, the Mansion and grounds became the Museum's permanent home in 1968.  The Museum complex has grown to include the Marian Blakemore Planetarium and Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum.  Today, on the grounds of the Museum, you will find one of the Southwest's most interactive and imaginative blends of art and science.
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