A charter bus in Midland, Texas is your passport to a grand time in the city.
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Visit the Arts Council of Midland where you can attend several events including the Artist Studio Tour, Art in the Park, and the Celebration of the Arts. Or the McCormick Art Gallery, which is situated at the Midland College's Allison Fine Arts Auditorium and exhibits the works of both local and national artists.
You should also watch the Midland Community Theatre perform at the Cole Theatre complex. Or catch the Midland Festival Ballet as they perform the Nutcracker in December or have their spring recital in April.
Further, you have the Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale, which produces pops, chorale, chamber and masterworks concerts. Or drop by the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center, the newest, state-of-the-art and top-notch performance arts facility. Covering more than 108,000 sq. ft. of space, you can watch Broadway shows to local plays and everything in between here.
Other arts and culture attractions you could find here include the Summer Mummers at the Yucca Theatre, Summer Sunday Lawn Concerts, Hispanic Cultural Center of Midland, Live On Stage, and the Palette Club.
The city has several golf courses you can play on: Nueva Vista Golf Club, Ranchland Hills Golf Club, Hogan Park Golf Course, Green Tree Country Club, and Midland Country Club.
Watch the Midland RockHounds play their home games at the Security Bank Ballpark, or the West Texas United Sockers at the Grande Communications Stadium. This is also where the West Texas Drillers play. You could go to the RTD Skatepark, the city's only indoor skatepark that also doubles as an events venue.
Midland has four sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and you can tour them all in an afternoon.
You might want to see the Bush Childhood Home, which is the home of a governor, two U.S. Presidents, and a first lady. It might not be how you would expect it owing to the fact that the home is a humble one. Also check out the Brown-Dorsey House, Midland Tower, and Fred and Juliette Turner House.
Some of the city's biggest parks that are worth the visit include Beal Park that spans 112 acres and features baseball fields, a playground, soccer fields, cricket fields, skateboard park, and facilities for fishing, basketball, and picnics, among other amenities. C.J. Kelly Park has 66 acres of space and features baseball fields, football fields, picnic facilities, a playground, and a hiking and jogging path.
Meanwhile, F. T. Hogan Park has 620 acres of space and features baseball fields, horseshoe courts, picnic facilities, playgrounds, softball fields, among others. You should also visit the John P. Butler Youth Sports Complex if you want to play soccer or baseball, have a picnic, and just have fun at the playgrounds.
These are just the biggest parks in the city. There are smaller parks that dot Midland, giving you the chance to find something to do outdoors no matter where you stay.
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