MIDLAND is called "The Tall City".
Framed with a stretch of the tallest skyscrapers between Fort Worth and El Paso, Midland lives the life of the medium-sized town. A destination with glossy appearance, it is just a veneer, Midland is short of big-city glamor inside and instead maintains its small-city charm.
Caught in tension between its older world lifestyle and modern influences, Midland is a bustling city to stay in with Booked.net. It can be a room in cheap or luxury hotel in Midland as all available on our website - complete with maps, photos and secure forms.
But small doesn't mean limited in Midland as there is always something going on there. Thus, the first that you are going to face in the city is its theatrical scene. It features two professional theatrical communities - Midland Community Theatre and the Maverick Players. But these are only the start of live performances as the Midland Symphony and Chorale throw the best concerts in the region.
Other attractions include;
American Airpower Heritage Museum houses the world's largest airplane nose art collections
The Museum of the Southwest has displays on art and astronomy from the American Southwest and is in the National Register of Historic Places
Midland County Historical Museum with exhibits on Midland history, photos, pioneer relics
Marian Blakemore Planetarium, the largest planetariums in Texas
The good weather in Midland is going to accompany your sightseeing tour and all other types of open-air adventures. From April to November is the best time to hit the town, while the rest of time it can be a bit hot. As rain in Midland is rare guest you are going to enjoy the days of sunshine on your visit.
It means you should get ready to keep active throughout your stay as Midland is a kind of shopping nirvana. Its visitors are offered a great choice of shops from antique to modern shopping centers at Midland Park Mall.
After burning your energy shopping, you may become full up with eating in Midland. The city is a knot of upscale restaurants whether you are about regional foods to Mexican cuisine, barbecues and steakhouses.
But the city of Midland is more than tourist destination, but also business hub. It lives from oil and gas at the Permian Basin and maintains all comforts of big-city life with Midland International Airport and EZ Rider public transportation system established in the area.
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