The George and Milly Rhodus Sculpture & Sensory Garden offers a space that is completely accessible and user friendly to visually and physically challenged visitors. Through design consultation with the Texas Commission for the Blind, the County Extension Service, and Permian Basin Master Gardeners, the garden features raised beds with fragrant flowers and tactile plants along with wheelchair ramps, railings and raised letter signage and sculpture that can be touched.
Artwork featured in the Garden includes works by Jesus Morales, Rosalind Cook, Danville Chadbourne and Jo Saylors. A recent addition to the garden is a Little Free Library that was sponsored by the Junior League of Odessa, Inc and was completed by Kansas City artist David Eames of Fossil Forge. An additional Little Free Library that features books for adults will be installed in the summer of 2017.