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Odessa was founded in 1881, eventually becoming an oil town. Legend has it that Odessa was named after a Ukrainian town because of similar landscapes. While much of the industry in Odessa is still tied to petroleum, the area has also been developing as a hub for business distribution centers. Folks who come to visit either for business or pleasure have the opportunity to experience some incredible culture, including theatre, visual arts, and a symphony. Other opportunities include visiting a presidential library and historic buildings.

Odessa, TX Tourism

Odessa has a unique history and offers numerous opportunities for cultural and historical exploration as well as some great places to eat and drink. Below are some of the most popular attractions in Odessa.

Historic White-Pool House: The White-Pool House is the oldest home in Odessa, and dates back to 1887. Visitors can visit the grounds and tour the inside of the home and view period furnishings. Those who plan to visit the White-Pool House are urged to call ahead to make sure that there is not a private event taking place on the grounds that day.

Presidential Museum and Leadership Library: This museum honors those who have served as President of the United States. Visitors have a chance to view portraits and collectibles and learn the story of the American presidency. There are also exhibits dedicated to former First Ladies of the US. On the grounds are the restored homes of two former presidents, George Herbert Walker Bush and George W. Bush.

Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale: Music lovers should check the schedule of the Midland & Odessa Symphony and Chorale. There are frequent programs for adults and children that perform at the nearby Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center, as well as other locations throughout the area.

Globe of the Great Southwest: The Globe Theatre in London is where Shakespeare put on some of his most famous plays. A historically accurate replica of this historic theater is on the campus of Odessa College. The Globe regularly hosts concerts, plays, and other events. The theater is fully enclosed and air-conditioned to ensure that visitors are comfortable during each and every performance.

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