MIDLAND TEXAS CONTAINS THE TREASURE OF HISTORY, ART AND CULTURE Midland, TX is a city, where oil industry is at a boom and tourism is increasing. The people are attracted to the fruitful opportunities offered by Midland. The tourism has been increased since last few years and according to the recent forecasts the current year will be good for tourism. Midland, TX is a city, where oil industry is at a boom and tourism is increasing. The people are attracted to the fruitful opportunities offered by Midland. The tourism has been increased since last few years and according to the recent forecasts the current year will be good for tourism. It means the rental real estate and hotels businesses will be flourishing. The tourists can find plenty of things to do while visiting Midland, Texas. It offers unique experiences, activities and most favorite destinations to the tourists to ensure an unforgettable visit. The people can enjoy their visits to the parks, art galleries, historic sites, libraries, museums, professional sports, shopping and much more but during their visit their basic need is an economic rental residence and 1270 RV Park Midland has fulfilled their need by offering them affordable stays with competitively priced services like laundry, wireless internet etc. The city offers art & cultural places like ArtiZen Outlet, Arts Council of Midland, Hagerman Art Studio, Hispanic Cultural Center of Midland, McCormick Art Gallery, Midland Community Theatre/Cole Theatre, Midland Festival Ballet, MidlandOdessa Symphony & Chorale and The Palette Club. The art lovers from across US visit all these places and attend all the events. Juliette and Fred Turner, Jr. Memorial Gallery is housed in the historic Turner Mansion, which is posted in the National Register of Historic Places, the Turner Memorial Art Gallery consists of two permanent exhibition spaces and three rotating exhibition spaces. The tourists love to attend the art & cultural exhibitions in these revolving spaces. The historic site of Brown-Dorsey Medallion Home and George W. Bush Childhood Home are also situated in Midland. These historic places are most frequently visited by the tourists. Brown-Dorsey Medallion Home is owned, restored and maintained by the Midland County Historical Society, this home, built in 1899, is reportedly the oldest house in Midland. Whereas, George W. Bushâ€™s Childhood
was opened on April 11, 2006, the home has been restored to the early 1950s and reflects the lives of the young family through exhibits and furnishings. The most charismatic attractions like CAF Airpower Museum, Fredda Turner Durham Children’s Museum, Midland County Historical Museum, Midland Downtown Lions Club Fire Museum, Museum of the Southwest, Permian Basin Petroleum Museum & Chaparral Racecar Gallery are also in Midland which attracts a large number of savvy visitors every year. The Air show which is conducted at CAF Airpower Museum attracts tourists from across United States. The collection preserved at Chaparral Race Car Gallery is also a place that should not be forgotten will visiting Midland. The Marian Blakemore Planetarium is also located in Midland which contains a state of the art Spitz SciDome projector, permanent exhibition area and a classroom. Dome shows are presented Tuesday through Saturday, followed by star talks. ‘Star Parties’ are also arranged ones in a month except summers and these parties are hosted by the West Texas Astronomers. Hence, the city is full of tourist attractions that can’t be seen in a limited span of time.