Places you should visit atleast once in El Paso
Sweeping mountain vistas await travelers who decide to hike through Franklin Mountains State Park
Franklin Mountains State Park
El Paso's complex history can be experienced along the El Paso Mission Trail: a 9-mile stretch along the U
El Paso Mission Trail
Details like murals, metal railings, carpets with intricate designs and mosaic tiles adorn the interior of this Spanish..
Hueco Tanks is a series of rock outcrops that are thousands of years old
Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site
Unsurprisingly, El Paso's hot climate is a result of its location in the Chihuahuan Desert, which extends through parts..
Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens
For more than 60 years, the El Paso Museum of Art has preserved and displayed American, Mexican and European art for visitors to peruse
El Paso Museum of Art
Since 1849, Fort Bliss has been used by the Army to train troops, as well as handle operations for war efforts
Fort Bliss and Old Ironsides Museum
For years, the boundary between the United States and Mexico was delineated by the Rio Grande
Chamizal National Memorial
The El Paso Holocaust Museum was founded in 1984 by Henry Kellen, a Holocaust survivor who wanted to share his..
El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center
Families cannot go wrong with a trip to the El Paso Zoo
El Paso Zoo
The Magoffin family was instrumental in developing the El Paso area
Magoffin Home State Historic Site
This museum preserves the history of the U
National Border Patrol Museum