History, culture, and creativity come alive
in El Paso’s diverse collections.
The Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan
Desert Gardens features exhibitions on
the plants, animals, and geology of the
Chihuahuan Desert. Take a self-guided tour
of the gardens and view more than 600
native plants. museum.utep.edu
Located downtown, the El Paso Holocaust
Museum and Study Center is one of only
13 freestanding Holocaust museums in
the United States. Multimedia galleries
show the events that led to the Holocaust.
Learn about the ancient inhabitants of the
area at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology
and Wilderness Park and view artifacts such
as baskets, ceramics, textiles, stone tools, and
With more than 6,000 pieces in its
permanent collection, the El Paso Museum
of Art has collections of American,
contemporary, European, and Mexican art.
See one of only two 3-D digital walls in
the world at the El Paso Museum of History.
“Digie,” which debuted in February 2015,
presents an interactive 3-D look at El Paso’s
history from the 1600s to today through
more than 6,000 photos, films, and texts.
At the National Border Patrol Museum,
you can learn about border patrol from
the beginning in the Old West to today’s
high-tech operations and see exhibitions
of weapons, vehicles, and uniforms.
Learn about the Southwest’s rail history
and how the Iron Horse played a role in
El Paso’s boom in the 1880s at the Railroad
and Transportation Museum of El Paso,
a must-see for railroad fans. elpasorails.org
El Paso Museum of Art
915-562-1700 • 915-565-0009
2830 E. Yandell, El Paso, TX 79903
Open Monday-Friday 9 am-5: 30 pm / Saturday 10 am- 3 pm
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