El Paso Exploreum, the first El Paso living-laboratory museum for children, offers a wide variety of interactive exhibits for all ages . . .
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El Paso Museum of Art is a fine arts museum that houses several permanent exhibits, covering a several hundred year period, as well as famous, popular traveling exhibits . . .
A striking adobe structure, this State Historic Site explores the stories of a multicultural family who influenced the development of the Southwest borderlands . . .
Centennial Museum and Gardens Part of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), the Centennial Museum presents a history of life in the Chihuahuan Dessert region, which encompasses New Mexico, West Texas, and Mexico, through several contemporary exhibits depicting life and culture on the border and also features a wide array of exhibits on the Americas and UTEP activities . . .
El Paso Holocaust Museum is a somber educational museum where the public can learn about what transpired during the Nazi Holocaust . . .
El Paso Museum of Archaeology at Wilderness Park presents 12,000 years of prehistory in the El Paso-Juarez region with diorama scenes of Indian life from Paleoindian mammoth hunters and Pueblo cliff dwellers to Mescalero Apache Mountain Spirit Dancers of today . . .
El Paso Museum of History chronicles and promotes the multicultural and multinational history of the U . . .
El Paso Railroad & Transportation Museum is the home of the magnificently restored "classic" American 1857 locomotive, EP&SW No . . .
Fort Bliss Museum and Study Center is currently under construction but still open to the public . . .
Insights Science Museum is a great place for both kids and grownups alike to learn about science through its exciting hands-on exhibits from around the world and across the centuries . . .
Located in the stately Turney Mansion, the International Museum of Art showcases collections from Asia, Africa and other points both near and far and hosts several national and international exhibits yearly . . .
Los Portales Museum and Tourist Information Center, housed in a 1850s Territorial-style building, showcases in various exhibits the legacies of the community of San Elizario, including the "First Thanksgiving," the Spanish presidio, the Salt War of 1877 and more . . .
National Border Patrol Museum and Memorial Library is the only Border Patrol museum in the U . . .
Old Fort Bliss Museum is a replica of Fort Bliss when it was first established in Magonffinsville, which is now a part of downtown El Paso . . .
Stanlee & Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts presents both local and national one-of-a-kind and craft-based contemporary exhibitions to provide a framework to encourage adventuresome and critical thinking about contemporary art and its place in the world . . .