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Known as “The Tall City” for its glinting towering skyline, Midland takes its place on western Texas’ sprawling Southern Plains. A city built on a booming oil industry, it still maintains a sense of small town warmth and good ol’ Lone Star hospitality beneath its modern facade. Whether you’re visiting or just passing through, Midland boasts an array of trappings; from eclectic shopping and tantalizing southwestern specialties, to sports, arts, and culture, and top notch museums.

Things to see

The Petroleum Museum details the captivating story of the petroleum industry and the hardship of its determined pioneers. Featuring interactive exhibits and the Petroleum Hall of Fame, you’ll learn how petroleum deposits were formed 230 million years ago and how we use them today. The CAF Airpower Museum is a must-visit for World War II buffs. Focusing on the war’s aviation culture, the museum’s exhibits include almost 5,000 oral histories from veterans and a vast collection of pin-up girl ‘nose art’. For something more eclectic, the Museum of the Southwest explores everything from art, culture, and the Southwest’s history, as well as science, astronomy, and archaeology. A trove of art includes both ancient and contemporary works, whilst over 45,000 pieces make up the museum’s archaeological collection. Affectionately known as “The Horseshoe”, The Horseshoe Midland County Multipurpose Facility is a hub of large scale entertainment. Here you can take your seat for concerts, sporting events, and championship rodeos.

Hotels in Midland

The hotels in Midland accommodate any taste and budget, whether you want a simple en-suite room or a family sized suite complete with living areas and a kitchenette. Most lodging options come in the form of modern chain hotels, offering a familiar brand of service and plenty of amenities. Among them you can expect swimming pools and fitness facilities, whilst business centers and meeting rooms are available for those here on work. Standard in-room features include cable channel equipped televisions and high speed internet. Many hotels in Midland also provide complimentary breakfasts, parking, and airport shuttles too.

Where to stay

Home to mid-century architecture dominated by gleaming modern marvels, a hotel in Midland’s downtown puts you at the city’s high rise heart. Bustling, energetic, and thriving with culture and pleasures, there’s plenty to pack your city break itinerary. Shopping comes in the form of local boutiques stocking specialty items and antique treasures, whilst glossy shopping centers stock the latest fashion fixes. Dining differs between sizzling Texan BBQ staples and gourmet Italian dishes, and the weekly Farmers' Market brings in some rural flavors. If you need to get about, Midland’s EZ Rider bus system can put you within reach of the city’s main culture spots and attractions.

How to get to Midland

Situated just 10 miles west of the city, Midland International Airport is the most obvious gateway for those flying in. It serves a good selection of major hubs, including Dallas/Fort Worth International, Dallas Love Field, Denver International, and Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental and William P. Hobby airports. Once you’ve landed a taxi or pre-arranged shuttle can whisk you to your hotel in minutes. Midland is also reachable via the Greyhound bus, which makes a stop at Front Street, a short distance from downtown. For those driving in, Interstate 20 passes straight through the city, making it easily accessible.