Odessa Attractions

Local photographs courtesy of the Odessa CVB

Music City Mall

Tasty dining, over 100 stores and live entertainment on the weekends – this mall has it all.  Kid-friendly activities include two indoor playgrounds, a video arcade, a Venetian carousel and even a roller coaster simulator.

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MCM Rink N'Roll Roller Rink

Welcome to the fun! Enjoy Roller Skating on a 14,000 Plus square foot roller rink.

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Regal Cinemas Permian Palace Stadium 11

This movie theater is located within Music City Mall. Catch the latest blockbuster in IMAX while you’re here in Odessa!

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University of Texas Permian Basin

Founded in the early 1970s, this state university has an enrollment of just over 6,000 students and growing. It also has a healthy rivalry with nearby Odessa College. Be sure to catch a glimpse of the Stonehenge replica when you visit the campus!

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Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

Situated on a satellite campus of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, between Odessa and the neighboring town of Midland, WNPAC includes a main concert hall and a recital hall. Events include live musical acts, performances and classical concerts.

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Ector County Coliseum

With just over 5,100 seats, this arena is home to the Odessa Jackalopes of the North American Hockey League, as well as rodeo competitions, ice skating events and numerous conventions.

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Ratliff Stadium

This modern football stadium has capacity for over 19,000 spectators and is home to the Permian High Panthers and the Odessa High Broncos, as well as the UTPB football team.

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Stonehenge Replica

‚ÄčThe Stonehenge replica is located on the campus of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Odessa in Ector County, Texas. About 20 stone blocks, similar in size, shape, and appearance to the ancient Stonehenge in southwestern England, were unveiled in the summer of 2004.

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Meteor Crater

The Odessa Crater, and four smaller craters, were formed in prehistoric time when a great shower of nickel-iron meteorites collided with the earth. It is estimated the event occurred some 62,000 years ago. It is the 2nd largest recognizable crater in the United States.

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