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Things to Do in El Paso, TX - Explore the Scenic Southwest!

From interesting landmarks and scenic outdoor destinations to fun family attractions and interesting museums, the El Paso area is filled with exciting points of interest for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Get out and explore Franklin Mountains State Park or ride the Wyler Arial Tramway. Take the kids to the El Paso Zoo or visit the National Border Patrol Museum. No matter what you want to see or do, it's all just minutes away from our inviting hotel near downtown El Paso.
Franklin Mountains State Park at El Paso

Franklin Mountains State Park

El Paso’s stunning Franklin Mountains were protected in 1979 and opened as a public park area in 1987. The park overlooks the Rio Grande River, covers more than 24,000 acres, and features hiking and biking trails, rock climbing, tent camping, RV camping, and ranger-led tours on the first and third weekends of the month.
1331 McKelligon Canyon Road, El Paso, Texas 79930
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El Paso Zoo, Texas

El Paso Zoo

The El Paso Zoo features over 220 species of animals including elephants, lions, zebras, sea lions, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and other animals from around the world all displayed in naturalistic habitats. In addition to the animal exhibits, the zoo offers a range of kid-friendly activities, live animal presentations, special activities, events, a restaurant and a gift shop.
4001 E Paisano Dr, El Paso, Texas 79905
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Wyler Aerial Tramway at Texas

Wyler Aerial Tramway

Get a different view of El Paso when you take a trip on this exciting visitor attraction. Traveling 5,632 feet up to the summit of Ranger Peak, this Swiss-made gondola gives visitors a ride up to an observation deck that offers fantastic 360-degree view of the city, canyon, mountains, and wildlife. A gift shop and unique cacti garden complete the visitor experience.  
1700 McKinley Ave, El Paso, Texas 79930
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Hueco Tanks State Historic Site at El Paso

Hueco Tanks State Historic Site

Located 32 miles outside of El Paso, Hueco Tanks State Park is an 860-acre park named for the large natural rock basins (huecos) that trap rainwater. In addition to these unique land features, the park also offers ancient rock paintings, a historic ranch house, and a stagecoach station. The park offers a range of outdoor activities, including picnic sites, camping, hiking, rock climbing, bird watching, bouldering, and free guided tours.
6900 Hueco Tanks Road No. 1, El Paso, Texas 79938
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National Border Patrol Museum at Texas

National Border Patrol Museum

The Border Patrol Museum lets visitors journey through the history of the United States Border Patrol, from its beginnings in the Old West to its modern day operations. Their extensive collection includes paintings, photographs, guns, uniforms, vehicles, equipment, documents, and other artifacts.
4315 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Rd, El Paso, Texas 79924
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