El Paso Museum of Art
This thoroughly enjoyable museum is in a former Greyhound station. They'd want us to brag about their Madonna and Child (c 1200), but...
El Paso Museum of History
This museum has a shiny new location in the heart of the downtown museum district. It's not huge and sometimes there seems to be a lot...
Tap Bar & Restaurant
If you prefer dive bars, duck in to the Tap. Located right downtown, it's also a Mexican restaurant, so you can scarf down some nachos...
H&H Coffee Shop
It doesn't look like much, but sometimes good things come in weird packages. This hole in the wall – which, curiously, is attached to a...
Magoffin Home information
Lonely Planet review
One of Texas' best-kept secrets, this El Paso landmark was built in 1875 for Joseph Magoffin, an early El Paso politician and businessman. With 4ft-thick adobe walls and many original furnishings, the home is a fine example of the Southwest Territorial style of architecture prevalent during the late 19th century.