National Border Patrol Museum

National Border Patrol Museum and Memorial Library is the only Border Patrol museum in the U.S. covering the history of the Border Patrol from the Old West, Prohibition, and WWII eras right up to current operations. This history is told through displays of weapons, paintings, documents, equipment, photos, artifacts, videos, and “hands-on” vehicles. These vehicles include the Willy’s Jeep, a helicopter, a 32-foot Scarab boat, a snowmobile and ATVs. There’s even an airplane. Guided tours may be booked in advance by phone. Open 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday. Closed Sunday, Monday and major holidays. A gift shop is open during regular museum hours. Free admission and free parking. Handicapped accessible.

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