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Legislation passed to preserve the Bush Childhood Home

The U.S. House joined the Senate in passing Senate Bill 47 -- the Natural Resources Management Act – which included Congressman Mike Conaway’s bill to preserve the Midland home of the Bush family as a national landmark.

“Midland is proud to be the location of George W. Bush’s childhood home and a piece of our nation’s history,” Conaway said in a press release. “Now a museum, this historic site has been home to two presidents, two governors, and a first lady. Taking the first step toward preserving this landmark as a part of the National Park System, my legislation ensures that future generations are able to learn from these great American leaders. “I thank my colleagues for their support, and look forward to President Trump signing this bill into law.”

February 27, 2019

Volunteers needed

Volunteers are needed to help preserve the history of this Presidential Site

https://www.cbs7.com/content/news/Helping-Hands-Initiative-George-W-Bush-Childhood-Home-504430491.html

February 9, 2019

Barbara Bush exemplified values Midlanders’ cherish

April 19, 2018

Local ties to Presidents' Day

http://www.cbs7.com/video?vid=474497413

February 19, 2018

10th Anniversary Celebration

The George W. Bush Childhood Home honored its founding members on April 28 during the organization’s 10th anniversary fundraiser at the Horseshoe Education Building.

Read more: OUT & ABOUT: Doc Dodson’s 80th birthday party, Bush Childhood Home anniversary - MRT.com: Names & Faces http://www.mrt.com/names_and_faces/collection_18ef2560-2100-11e6-a027-f7d6a2bf8528.html#ixzz49fvSVvYo
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May 22, 2016

Museum Hours

Tues–Sat 10 AM – 5 PM, Sun 2–5 PM

Tours given until 4:30 PM

Closed Mondays, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day

1412 West Ohio Avenue
Midland, Texas 79701

Phone: (432) 685-1112