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“Discover the ancient inhabitants”
The El Paso Museum of Archaeology is dedicated to the narration, interpretation and preservation of archaeological and anthropological artifacts through research, exhibits, education, and special programs, with a focus on the prehistory and culture of the El Paso area and the Southwest. We are located at the base of the Franklin Mountains, on Transmountain Road. Use Exit 29 on Highway 54 and proceed west on Woodrow Bean Transmountain Road/Loop 375 about one-quarter mile to the museum, located on the north side of Transmountain next to the Border Patrol Museum.
We were looking for someplace to go and randomly pick this spot. Although the trails were closed due to the weather the inside was very impressive. No charge to get in and the history of the... Read more
This is a free museum right next to the Border Patrol museum, which is also free. We spent maybe 30-45 minutes in the museum. Outside, there are trails, which were unfortunately closed when we... Read more
Let's start with what people want to know most: it's free! The museum is set in a beautiful location, near the highway so it's a little noisy, but there's a great garden around it. The museum... Read more
El Paso Museum of Archaeology
- Wed - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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