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Been here many times and it is always educational and interesting. Admission is free. Doesn't take long to go through, but it is enlightening of the inhabitants of the area many years ago. A fun time all the time.
Decent little museum. Took my son a few times when he was younger. Nice nature trails with local plants. Good way to learn local plants and animals if you are new to the area.
Small exhibits but provides a lot of interesting information on the history of the early inhabitants of the area. I also enjoyed walking along the trails in front of the museum.
I've been to this museum several times as part of my kid's school field trip. It's a nice museum that won't take long to explore. It's larger inside than it looks outside. It's right next to the mountains, and there are trails you can walk...更多
Loved this little museum. Lots of great information. Interesting to children as well as adults. And it is free. Well worth stopping in if you are driving Transmountain or going to Franklin Mountains State Park.
This private museum is a little out of the way, but is a must-visit for anyone interested at all in pre-European history in the El Paso area. The museum also has a short set of nature trails out back, with some nice views.
This was interesting and informative. The history of the area was explained in detail with interesting displays and artwork. This was very hands on for children yet still a great stop for adults. Good place to visit before traveling into Texas or New Mexico to...更多
The El Paso Museum of Archaeology is small but they do a fantastic job of telling a comprehensive story of the history of Native Americans cultures in the SW. Lots of artifacts with well-written summaries of the various movements and migrations across the land. It...更多