Hidden Treasures
in El Paso, TX (showing 1 - 7 out of 7)

If you’re looking for must-see hidden spots in the area, you’ve come to the right place. We have everything you’re looking for to enjoy the town – whether for a few, fun vacation days or as a new resident. The area is full of quaint little plazas and gardens, and gorgeous cathedrals for a fun-filled afternoon with friends and family.

Among hidden treasures, you will also find important memorials and historic buildings that you won’t want to miss during your outing. Below you’ll find a detailed description of each location, along with their address, phone number, and website, to check out more information. We also have a useful map to easily plan your visit to every spot you want to hit.

Concordia Cemetery

3700 E Yandell Dr
El Paso, TX 79903   Directions

(915) 842-8200


Explore the otherworldly history at the Concordia Cemetery. This historic graveyard dates to 1856 and is the final resting place for gunfighter John Wesley Hardin, Buffalo Soldiers, Texas Rangers, Civil War Veterans, early Mormon pioneers, and other civic leaders. Ghost tours and history reenactments are scheduled regularly here.

El Paso Mission Trail

9065 Alameda Ave
El Paso, TX 79907   Directions

(915) 851-9997


Plan your getaway to the most historic area of El Paso, the Mission Trail and visit the San Elizario Presidio Chapel, Socorro Mission, Ysleta Mission and the surrounding local places.

El Paso Union Depot

700 W San Francisco Ave
El Paso, TX 79901   Directions

(915) 212-3333


Visit the first international train station in the U.S., the El Paso Union Depot. Dating back to 1906, the building's high steeple and red brick exterior is now home to the local bus and trolly service, Sun Metro.

Licon Dairy

11951 Glorietta Rd
San Elizario, TX 79849   Directions

(915) 851-2705


Magoffin Home State Historic Site

1120 Magoffin Ave
El Paso, TX 79901   Directions

(915) 533-5147


The Magoffin Home State Historic Site is a stately adobe home and one of the oldest surviving structures in the area. Docents in period costumes offer tours of the home, occupied for nearly 100 years by a multicultural family who participated in the settlement of the area, the military and local trade.

Scenic Drive

El Paso, TX

(915) 534-0600


Scenic Drive is both a journey and a destination. The area is a city park that closes to motorists every Sunday, to accomodate foot traffic. Scenic Drive affords spectacular views of the U.S. southwest and Mexico, specifically Ciudad Juarez and the countryside. Binoculars are available on site, too.

Ysleta Del Sur Cultural Art Center

305 Yaya Ln
El Paso, TX 79907   Directions

(915) 859-7700


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