Whether you are getting in touch with your artistic side or recalling a historic event, Odessa is just the city to take you there.

World's Largest Jack Rabbit - "Jack Ben Rabbit" is an impressive 8-foot statue located on North Sam Houston and 8th St. This is Odessa's most popular photo opportunity!


The Ector Theater is one of Odessa's classic downtown movie theaters. The renovated 700-seat theater built in 1951 shows classic movies, accommodates live theatrical productions and concerts. Located at 5th and Texas in downtown Odessa.

Phone: 432-580-0898

Address: 500 N. Texas
Odessa, TX 79761


The Bush Home - Home of a Texas Governor, a first lady and two U.S. Presidents, this humble home was moved to the grounds of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and restored to resemble photographs provided by First Lady Barbara Bush. 

Phone: 432-363-7737

Address:4919 E. University Blvd.
Odessa, TX 79762


Parker House Ranching Museum - The Parker House Museum is Odessa's newest addition to the historical records of Odessa. In 1935, the Parker family moved into this modest house located on 1,290 acres. It represents the lifestyle of a prominent ranching family, who served the communities of Andrews and Ector counties since 1907.

Phone: 432-335-9918

Address: 1118 Maple Avenue
Odessa, TX 79762


White-Pool House - Built in 1887, the White-Pool House Museum is the oldest structure of importance in Odessa , Texas. Built by Charles and Lucy White, it resembled the house they left behind in Indiana . Exhibits give the public an opportunity to view and learn about different periods in Odessa 's history. The barn replica gives a view of early ranching life.

Friday and Saturday: 10 AM-3 PM. Free admission.

Phone: 432-333-4072

Address: 112 East Murphy
Odessa, TX 79761


Henderson Drug Building - The Henderson Drug Building is the oldest commercial property in Odessa and is located at the corner of 2nd Street and Grant Avenue.


Pecos Depot - Historically a landmark train depot built in 1892 by the Panhandle-Santa Fe Railway. It was refurbished in 1972 and is now part of the Bran Door Steakhouse.