The Bush Family Home is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the residence of an exceptional political family who shaped state and national politics in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. This home has been restored to the early 1950s and reflects the lives of the young family through exhibits and furnishings.

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Location

1412 West Ohio Ave.
Midland, Texas 79701
432-685-1112
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Hours

Tuesday to Saturday
10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Sunday to Monday
Closed

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Tickets

Adult $5
Senior/Veteran/Teacher/First Responder $3
Child (6-17) $2
Child (5 and under) Free
Family (2 adults & 1 child) $8, each additional child $1

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Programs

Tours offered during operating hours 
Last tour begins at 4:15 p.m. 

Visitors in George Bush's bedroom

Plan Your Visit

Visitors to the Bush Family Home State Historic Site learn the history of one of America’s Great Families and celebrated the lives of two Presidents, two Governors and a First Lady.

George Bush's desk

Bush Family Home History

In 1948, the Bush Family left New England to make a new start in West Texas. George and Barbara Bush had moved constantly since they married on January 6, 1945. 

Events at Bush Family Home

Flyer of Third Thursday Reading Program with a picture of the author and her book.

Third Thursday Reading Program

Join us on Thursday, April 18th, from 5:00 pm to 6:15 pm as we host our monthly Third Thursday Reading Program. Local author, Tara Wilson will read her book: Randy Rattlesnake.

Western Style Flyer for the Roy Rogers Riders Rules Series

Roy Rogers Riders Rules Series: Rules #2 & #3

We hope you enjoyed learning about the 1950s hygiene practices and inventions from the first presentation about Rule #1. Now, join us once more as we learn about Rules #2 and #3, Be courteous and polite and always obey your parents.

Flyer discussing activities for first ladies day

National First Ladies Day

Join us on Saturday, April 27th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. as we celebrate the role and contributions of First Ladies in U.S. history