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2910 Gateway Blvd E
El Paso, TX 79905
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Things To Do in El Paso, TX

Adventure Zone Adventure Zone

Adventure Zone features 36 holes of mini golf, El Paso's biggest go kart track, bumper boats a video arcade and a restaurant. The restaurant features the locally famous McCrory Tacos. These tacos have been voted Top 5 Best Tacos in the El Paso Times readers poll and have been served in El Paso since 1952. Located at I-10 at Redd Road exit and open everyday. Call us for more information.

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Concordia Cemetery | Ghost Tours Concordia Cemetery | Ghost Tours

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.

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International Museum of Art International Museum of Art

There is definitely a top spot on your to-do list while in El Paso for a visit to the International Museum of Art located in the heart of the city's historic Rio Grande District and spotting a Victorian style mansion designed and finished in the early 1900s. The classic yet humble beginnings of the Museum date back to 1925 with the first display cases for collection of books, pottery, tapestries, and unique items.  As time progressed so did the nature of the International Museum evolving into a center for women’s contributions to the war effort and more eclectic displays including mineral samples, clothing and pottery until it became home of the priceless Kress Collection of Fine Art. Today, the International Association for the Visual Arts operates the International Museum which houses collections from all over the world. 

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