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Learn about our biggest project coming soon to the El Paso Museum of History:
The TouchCity 3-D Digital Wall
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Administration Office Hours
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Address and Phone Number
510 N. Santa Fe Street
El Paso, TX 79901 [Map]
(915) 351-4345 Fax
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Free Group Tours:
Daily except Monday, year-round
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Why is El Paso Great?
This interactive exhibition features war machines, transportation machines and civil machines, recreated scaled artifacts, digital files of images and computer animations.
This exhibition brings to life one of the most technologically significant times in the history of mankind and covers an epic period of history, from the triumphant victory of Julius Caesar over the Gaul at the Siege of Alesia in 52 BC to the transformation of Rome from a Republic into the mighty Roman Empire.
To learn more about this magnificent exhibition, please visit: http://juliuscaesar.niccolaigroup.com
The U.S in Polish Historiography and Periodicals from 1764-1919 illustrates how the U.S. was perceived by Poles during its formative years, and is a reminder that the Polish and American people worked together before there was a formal relationship between these two countries...
September 15, 2013 – September 2014
This is a ticketed exhibit.
People of the Sun
For admission costs please call 915-351-3588.
Dutch anthropologist Herman Frederik Carel Ten Kate visited the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo in December, 1882, while he was engaged in fieldwork among the American Indians. Four Tigua items are among this collection...
As El Paso changed from a small adobe village to a railroad center built of brick and lumber, the possibility of disastrous fires dramatically increased...
In 2014, the University of Texas at El Paso celebrates its 100th birthday.
Originally called the Texas School of Mines, it was founded in 1914 to educate mining engineers for the bi-national region surrounding El Paso's smelters...
The Neighborhoods and Shared Memories exhibit is composed of cherished photographs, special mementos and keepsakes from past and present residents of Chihuahuita and El Segundo Barrio...
A traditional, chronological journey through the major events and influences that have shaped El Paso into the city we experience today.