Texas Midwest 2022 Visitors Guide

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ASU Planetarium, 2333 Vanderventner, 325-942-2188, $3 adults, $2 seniors & children, 4th largest university planetarium in the country, features dazzling programs throughout most of the year

Arts & Culture

Art in Uncommon Places, more than $1 million in art have been placed throughout town by the founders. 325-254-5472 artinuncommonplaces.com Ballet San Angelo, 325-653-8877 balletsanangelo.org Chicken Farm Art Center, unique compound of galleries, studios, restaurant and Bed & Breakfast, displays, works by visual artists of all mediums. 325-653-4936 chickenfarmartcenter.com Historic Murals of San Angelo, 14 murals throughout San Angelo, visit historicmuralsofsanangelo.org International Waterlily Collection, brilliant display of lilies from around the worldincluding the Victoria, the world’s largest water lily, free admission, home to the official water lily of Texas, Texas Dawn. internationalwaterlilycollection.com San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, The Museum has a rapidly growing collection with 300 works of contemporary ceramics. These are also historical ceramic works from Asia and more than 60 contemporary paintings and sculpture by Texas artists. The collection includes over 100 major works of Spanish Colonial and Mexican religious art. The Museum has lent extensively to other museums in Texas, 325-653-3333, www. samfa.org.

Historic Sites

Cactus Hotel, 36 E. Twohig, Conrad Hilton’s 4th hotel, historic 14-story building constructed in 1929, includes an impressive lobby and second-floor ballroom open daily free of charge, rooms for various functions can be rented. cactushotel.net Heritage Park of San Angelo, 36 E. Twohig Ave., #110. 325-655-6565. A unique pocket park in downtown San Angelo where people can learn about the rich cultural heritage of West Texas and ranching. heritageparksanangelo.com Old Town, located at El Paseo de Santa Angela, designated historic district showcasing vintage architecture


Cinemark Tinseltown, 4425 Sherwood Way, 324-223-2858 Icon Cinema, 2020 N Bryant Blvd, 325-227-6746

Theatre Productions

Angelo Civic Theater, the oldest community theatre in Texas. 1936 Sherwood Way, 325-949-4400. angelotheater.com Arts at ASU Theater, 2601 W Avenue N, 325-942-2146 Be Theatre, 82 Gillis Street, 325-716-4125. betheatre.com Murphey Performance Hall, built in 1929 and recently renovated in 2017, the Murphey showcases acts from Broadway to the San Angelo Symphony. 72 W College, 325-2843825. sanangelopac.org

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