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El Paso, TX Museums

Cultural Highlights

El Paso is the cultural center of the Southwest, enriched for more than four centuries by contributions from Native Americans, Spanish settlers, Europeans, and Asians. The city's international flavor is apparent in the variety of cultural facilities and events, 11 museums, more than 35 art galleries, and 28 resident visual artists of national acclaim.

Ballet El Paso, Ballet Folklorico, El Paso Pro-Musica, the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, the Mission Trail and the El Paso Museum of Art are just a few of the offerings in the cultural spectrum. The El Paso Planetarium, insights Science Museum, community theaters, the El Paso Opera Company, Music Under the Stars and Viva El Paso (one of the country's largest outdoor theater productions) are just a few of the many available entertainment and educational possibilities.

El Paso Museum of Art

With exhibits that change monthly, the Dress collection of works by European masters is the mainstay.

El Paso Science Museum - Insights

Where the rule is "Please Do Touch," Insights offers an amazing hands-on science experience geared for youngsters from 3 - 103!

Chamizal National Memorial

El Paso has 166 parks. In and around El Paso, your family can take advantage of 14 swimming pools, 56 baseball diamonds, 1 amusement park, 1 water slide, 2 auto racetracks, 5 horse stables, or 3 miniature golf courses.

Americana Museum of Southwest Cultural and History

"Art and Legacy of a Vanished People" includes prehistoric artifacts from four sedentary cultures.

Bridge Center for Contemporary Art

With a primary focus, of bringing art into the schools, the Bridge Center offers summer workshops for teens along with visual arts, literary arts and children's educational programs.

El Paso Museum of History

Displays tell the story of the history of El Paso from 1581 to the present.

Fort Bliss Museum

Rich in military significance, the Fort Bliss museums recount this history beginning in 1857.

War Eagles Air Museum

A grand collection of fully restored flyable historic aircraft of the World War II and Korean Conflict eras.

Wilderness Park Museum

Life-size dioramas and exhibits of Native Americans.

Border Patrol Museum

Rotating exhibits highlight the Border Patrol's aspect of fulfilling their mission, such as firearms, and smuggling techniques.

El Paso Holocaust Museum

Displays include a replica of a railroad car that transported Jews, aerial view of death camps and more.

Annabel Livermore

Website of Annabel Livermore. Variety of information such as bibliography, paintings, exhibits, etc.

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