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El Paso, TX 79907
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Things To Do in El Paso, TX

Plaza Theatre Plaza Theatre

The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center is a National Historic Building of Significance built in 1930. It was restored in 2006 to its original atmospheric theatre splendor and is conveniently situated in downtown El Paso. The theatre showcases Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, featuring intricately painted ceilings, mosaic-tiled floors, decorative metal railings, and antique furniture. As one of the few remaining atmospheric theatres in the United States, The Plaza creates an illusion that viewers are seated outdoors in a Spanish courtyard. The stars on the ceiling reflect the Southwestern sky in June. Besides its rich decor, the Mighty Wurlitzer Blaban III Organ is one of only six made. The organ has 1,071 pipes and can simulate 15 different instruments. The Plaza Theatre comprises the 2,050-seat Kendall Kidd Performance Hall, the 200-seat Philanthropy Theatre, and the Alcantar Sky Garden. The latter is an enchanting rental venue for private receptions, business parties, and family gatherings.

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El Paso Museum of Art El Paso Museum of Art

Explore the magnificent El Paso Museum of Art and indulge in its vast collection of artworks. The Museum was founded to showcase a crucial collection of European Baroque and Renaissance works, which includes significant pieces by Botticelli, Canaletto, Van Dyck, Zurbarán, and Artemisia Gentileschi, as well as other Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance masters. With over 7,000 works, the EPMA shows its unwavering commitment to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting works of art that enrich the permanent collection of American, European, and Mexican Art. Their mission is to celebrate the region's diverse cultures through exhibitions, acquisitions, and educational programs, creating a vibrant and inspiring environment for all audiences.  

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