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Area Attractions: El Paso, TX

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Adventure Zone

“WHERE THE FUN IS!” Game Zone is El Paso’s largest and finest arcade experience. Game Zone offers cutting edge virtual reality, full motion simulator games, a western theme 8 player shooting gallery and the best redemption games and prizes in town. Speed Zone with over 800 feet of twists and turns spread out on over one acre, making it El Paso’s premier go-kart destination. Bumper Zone is set in 100,000 gallons of water with a small tropical island. Food Zone delivers top quality food for everyone and take out orders are welcome. Party Zone with one large party room which can be partitioned into 3 private party rooms and there’s also a 400 sq. ft. gazebo for even larger groups.

Ascarate Lake

Ascarate Park is the largest public-use recreational park in El Paso County and is dedicated to sports, picnicking, fishing and other recreational activities.
Spanning over 400 acres, Ascarate Park plays host to the Ascarate Golf Course which sits on 280 acres, and is adjacent to the 48 acre surface lake within the park. The Golf Course features an 18-hole, 72 par golf course and a 9 hole executive course called the Delta 9.
With lakeside boardwalk, Ascarate Lake allows visitors to take in the sights via canoe and pedal boat rentals. Ascarate Park allows for a variety of recreational activities including picnicking, playgrounds, basketball, tennis as well as handball
Managed by the YMCA of El Paso, The Ascarate Aquatic Center features one of the few Olympic-size competition pools in El Paso County! The Aquatic Center plays host to two of the largest swim meets each year as well as being a great facility for families large and small during the pool’s operational season.
In addition, the park includes five softball fields, one baseball field and two soccer fields, available for league play or practice, please contact park personnel for rates and availability.

Bob O’s Family Fun Center

Bob O’s provides a safe and wholesome family environment for the greater El Paso area. The attractions that we offer are: Laser Odyssey, Go-Karts, 18 Hole Miniature Golf Course, Miniature Go-Karts, Bumper Boats, Miniature Train, Batting Cages and a full service arcade. Bob-O´s Family Fun Center is El Paso’s Place to Play!

Carlos M. Ramirez TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center

The TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center provides education and training to foster the understanding and appreciation of total water management in the Chihuahuan Desert.

The 30,450-square-foot center of angles, curves, circles and waves inclludes a 250-seat auditorium for hosting forums; and interactive displays, exhibits and demonstration projects that bring water management to llife.

Creative Kids Inc.

A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts to reach disadvantaged youth, youth with disabilities and youth battling cancer. By opening children’s minds to new and exciting experiences through art education, Creative Kids places an emphasis on immersing educationally underserved children, as well as children with special needs, in an array of activities in the arts, humanities, and creative fields that serve as an effective vehicle for instruction in all subject areas. Come visit the new oLo Children’s Gallery where we currently have works of art done by the youth involved in our programs. Mediums include printmaking, painting on canvas, multimedia and much more.

El Paso Speedway Park

El Paso Speedway Park is a 3/8″ mile, oval clay track. See website for a complete listing of events.

El Paso Zoo

It’s not the typical El Paso experience, but, then again, visiting the El Paso Zoo is anything but typical. The park looks as though it was carved right out of the city, an expansive green space that is home to exotic animal species from around the world.
From your first visit you’ll know that this zoo was not created to house curiosities. It was carefully planned as an open landscape to be explored and discovered. It’s a place that encourages outbursts of oohs!, ahhs!, not to mention the occasional mad dash to the next exhibit. Imagine that… a place where your kids can run amuck and the only repercussion is your struggle to keep up with them.
One of the most interesting things about the El Paso Zoo is that it was developed with a “total immersion” mindset. Visiting this zoo is like taking a journey; an experience that could bring out the animal in anyone. So, if you’re expecting a typical walk in the park, then you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the uncommon encounters that await you. Get ready to transform your usual family outing into a real adventure.

Fort Bliss Rod & Gun Club

The Fort Bliss Rod and Gun Club has one of the best trap and skeet ranges in the tri-state area. The hunting lodge motif of the club gives its members a full-service pro shop, lounge, snack bar, meeting room and an array of shooting programs. You can also enjoy a covered pavilion, nine diverse ranges, including trap and skeet, five-stand sporting clays, pistol, rifle, and black powder. Monthly tournaments are held for all shooting disciplines. The Rod and Gun Club is located in Northeast El Paso on Roy Johnson Lane, east of Railroad Drive and Deer Street. Rental guns are not available.

Funtastic Punch

Funtastic Punch is a special place that recognizes the developmental benefits of imaginative play. That is why, at Funtastic Punch you will never see a token or a video game. At Funtastic Punch our goal is to improve the learning experience and help children of all ages and abilities unleash their incredible potential. To that end, we seek to enrich the minds of children by offering an educational, yet recreational facility with various platforms of play like a real-life stage, library and science lab, animal hospital, community grocery store, post office, fire station and so much more.
Children learn through visual, musical, tactile, and other such stimuli, all while having fun! We offer interactive activities, workshops and special programs directed toward children and their parents. We encourage you to come create quality time as you enter the world of imagination.

FuntastiCo. Pizza & Games

FuntastiCo. Pizza & Games – El Paso’s newest pizza place is taking fun to new heights! FuntastiCo. houses the first indoor rock climbing systems for children in El Paso, velcro wall body jumping, the very FIRST digital rock wall (DigiWall) in Texas, interactive video games and a FREE play area just for toddlers! Visitors can expect great PIZZA plus other American food favorites, awesome games and a terrific environment for the entire family!

FuntastiCo. is a full-service restaurant open to the public and parents looking for a FUN place to take the family! There is never an entry fee, but the Fun Zone area requires a bracelet ($4.99/child) for unlimited climbing, jumping and wiggling. Party packages are available and there is an All-you-Eat Pizza Buffet available Tuesday-Friday from 11:30 am – 2:00pm.


Gattitown is your one-stop for great food and family fun in El Paso. Enjoy our limitless signature buffet featuring Gatti’s pizzas, Pastas, Soups, A Full Salad Bar with over 40 items, Desserts and more. Relax and enjoy your food in one of our themed dining rooms, featuring large screen TV’s with family and sports programming. Private party rooms are available for groups and celebrations. After eating, get your fill of fun in our Midway arcade filled with interactive and state-of-the-art video and redemption games. Gattitown also features cool attractions like indoor Go Karts, mini-bowling, Bumper Cars and mini golf. At Gattitown, you bring the family, and we’ll bring the fun!

Indian Cliffs Ranch at Cattleman’s Steakhouse

Located 20 miles east of El Paso at Fabens exit off I-10 and approximately 5 miles north. Ranch, private zoo, lake, movie set, hayrides, restaurant, bar. Enjoy the sights and sounds and stay for a great dinner.

Jungle Jak’s

This indoor family entertainment center encompasses 12,000 sq. ft. of space. The center offers bumper boats, a Foam Factory, Arts & Crafts, Coconut Tree Climbing, Wii Room, Toddler Town, Disco Room and more. Parents always free. Play, Eat, Party!

Licon Dairy

No milk here, but you can buy freshly made asadero cheese, a thin six-inch or so disk of soft, mild, whitish, string-type Mexican cheese, with or without jalapeños, and see almost as many exotic animals as you would in a zoo. You can pet the baby goats and talk to the parrots, but don’t pet the big-beaked birds; they bite, or so the posted signs say! Don’t forget to visit the fishing pond as well.

Lynx Exhibits

Lynx Exhibits is a locally-owned museum offering an exciting array of intriguing and entertaining traveling exhibits.

Paintball At Ricky’s

Master your skills with your friends at Ricky’s Paintball in El Paso, Texas, where we boast the largest paintball fields and pro shop around. Our fields are perfect for every level of player, from beginner to advanced, and they even make a perfect training ground for military personnel. Located in the middle of the city, we present a unique setting and an astonishingly large area for paintballers to have fun in. Come check out our first-rate facilities where we have everything a paintballing fanatic could hope for

Ripley’s Marvelous Mirror Maze & Candy Factory

Over 100 Mirrors with LED lighting and digital sound! A totally new concept in amusement design, it provides a different experience every time you enter. With sound and lighting effects to enhance the experience, the maze features 2,000 square feet of mirrored path, surprising corners, dead ends and continuous circles.

Located at The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso


Providing you and your family with a fun, friendly, and safe place to enjoy a variety of activities and promotions.

Sierra Providence Events Center-Ice Skating

Public ice skating. Please visit the website for hours of operation and admission fees.

Socorro Aquatic Center

Enjoy large swimming pools and water slides.

The Base Indoor Training Facilitie & Batting Cages

The Base is everything El Paso baseball and softball – lessons, training, batting cages and even private parties, all available year-round, rain or shine. From top-flight baseball training to birthday parties that really hit a homerun with the kids, The Base is El Paso’s newest and most all-inclusive source for everything a baseball or softball lover could need.

As the official training site of the West Texas Nationals, an elite amateur/youth travel baseball organization here in El Paso, The Base provides the latest and most state-of-the-art softball and baseball and softball equipment in the region — as well as a genuine love and appreciation of the game. The spirit of baseball and softball are alive and well at The Base. Join us to experience it for yourself.

Western Playland Amusement Park

The park is packed with family thrill rides and attractions, such as the popular steel roller coaster El Bandido, and Tsunami that shoots up a massive 50 feet generating an enormous 70 ft. tidal wave that refreshes onlookers! The park also offers great food, games, prizes, a low general admission fee and an unllimited ride pass.

Wet ‘N’ Wild Waterworld

An oasis in the desert! This aquatic amusement park is fashioned around a huge volcanic garden theme, mammoth fiberglass water slides, shady picnic areas, restaurant & snack bar.

Winkey Doodles Paintball Adventures

Five paintball fields and a pro shop for ages 10 and up. Visit with our friendly staff and certified repair techs.

Historical and Cultural Sites

Buffalo Soldier

When the Plains Indians first saw the men of the 10th Cavalry wearing with their dark skins, curly hair and wearing fur overcoats they referred to them as “Buffalo Soldiers.” The nickname “Buffalo Soldiers” was originally given to the 10th Cavalry by Cheyenne warriors out of respect for their fierce fighting in 1867. The Cheyenne Native American term used was actually “Wild Buffaloes”, which was translated to “Buffalo Soldiers.” In time, all African American Soldiers became known as “Buffalo Soldiers.” Despite second-class treatment these soldiers made up first-rate regiments of the highest caliber and had the lowest desertion rate in the Army.

Camino Real

Originally built in 1912 and listed on the National Historical Register. The 80-year old Tiffany glass dome, once part of the hotel’s lobby, is now the showcase of the elegant Dome Bar. The hotel has hosted such guests as Pancho Villa, President Taft, and “Blackjack Pershing”.

Concordia Cemetery

Founded in 1853, Concordia Cemetery began as a rancho founded by Hugh Stevenson. When his wife tragically died from blood poisoning after being gored by a pet deer, she became the first resident of what was to become the largest cemetery in the southwest. Concordia is the resting place for over 60, 000 historical citizens and early pioneers of El Paso and Juarez. John Wesley Hardin, Reverend Joseph Tayes, the Mundeay family, Lawman John Selman and many more are forever residents of Concordia. Visit the regions own “Boot Hill” where you will “Walk Through History.”

El Paso County Historical Society’s Burges House

This is the famous home of Richard F. Burges. The Burges House also serves as a historical research center. The Classical Revival style house features four large columns in the front supporting the roof. Burges was city attorney in 1908 and wrote the city charter. He became a member of the Texas House of Representative in 1913. He was instrumental in the development of Carlsbad Caverns and the building of the Elephant Butte Dam. The home is now the headquarters for the El Paso County Historical Society.

El Paso Union Passenger Station

Union Passenger Station, also referred to as Union Depot by many, has represented El Paso’s connection to the rest of the world for the past 100 years. It supported the establishment of trade between the United States and Mexico as the first International Train Station in the United States. The Southern Pacific, Santa Fe, Galveston, Harrisburg, San Antonio, Texas, Pacific and the Mexico Central Railroads all moved in and out of the City.

El Paso’s Mission Trail

Located in El Paso’s Lower Valley this Trail is rich in history dating back 400 years. Sure to take your breath away these three adobe churches remain as living testaments to the faith of our Spanish and Indian ancestors. Established in 1862 the Ysleta Mission is the cornerstone of the Ysleta del Sur Indian Pueblo. Two miles east lies the Socorro Mission. The architecture of this mission reflects the culture, politics and insurmountable spirit of the early settlers of this vibrant town. Established in 1789 the San Elizario Chapel is an amazing paragon of late adobe church architecture in West Texas and New Mexico. It is an exquisite reflection of European architectural styles on the earlier, simpler box-like missions of the region.

El Paso Mission Trail Association is dedicated to the education, promotion and preservation of the missions at Ysleta, Socorro, and San Elizario Chapel. An exhibit, “Paths of the Padres-Discover El Paso’s Historic Missions” is on permanent display at the El Paso International Airport.

Fort Bliss Commanding General’s Residence (Pershing House)

In January 1914, John Pershing arrived in El Paso to take command of the Army 8th Brigade that was stationed at Fort Bliss. At the time, the Mexican Revolution was underway in Mexico, and the 8th Brigade had been assigned the task of securing the U.S.-Mexico border. In March 1915, under the command of General Frederick Funston, Pershing led the 8th Brigade on the failed 1916–1917 Punitive Expedition into Mexico in search of the outlaw Pancho Villa. General Pershing was assigned a 1915 Dodge Brothers touring car, serial number 3066. During this time, George S. Patton served as one of Pershing’s aides.

After a year at Fort Bliss, Pershing decided to arrange for his family to join him. The arrangements were almost complete when, on the morning of August 27, 1915, he received a telegram telling him of a fire in the Presidio of San Francisco. His wife and three young daughters had been burned to death; only his six-year-old son Warren had been saved.[9] After the funerals at Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Pershing returned to Fort Bliss with his son, Warren, and his sister Mae, and resumed his duties as commanding officer.

Fray Garcia Monument

Fray Garcia Monument, a 14-foot bronze sculpture by John Houser honoring the priest who founded the area’s first mission. Located in Pioneer Plaza at the corner of El Paso and San Francisco Streets downtown.

John Houser is outstanding for his mastery of both painting and sculpture. He was born in South Dakota where his father was assistant sculptor in the carving Mt. Rushmore. John studied in Spain and Italy. He is a professional member of the National Sculpture Society. The artist has exhibited throughout the United States, Latin America and Europe. His work is in prominent public and private collections. His sculpture has been featured in the worldwide media including The New York Times, The London Sunday Telegraph, Southwest Art Magazine, Der Spiegel, and The Houston Chronicle. For over 5-years, a PBS TV filmmakers has been documenting the creation of the giant equestrian bronze. This will be the first time ever that the making of a colossal monument has been documented from the sequential processes – maquette, enlarging process, casting, finishing, installation and dedication.

Magoffin Home State Historic Site

Built in 1875 for pioneer, politician, and civic leader Joseph Magoffin, the nineteen-room adobe home containing original family furnishings is El Paso’s only historic house museum.

McCall Neighborhood Center

The McCall Center, located in the historic home of Marshall and Olalee McCall, contains a museum, gift shop and photographic collection on local and national Black History, and archives. The Center offers many sponsored programs, and serves as the meeting and gathering place for El Paso’s African-American community. Admission is free. Open Monday-Friday 10 a.m- 3 p.m., weekends by appointment or for special activities.

Mt. Cristo Rey

on the west side off McNutt Road in Sunland Park, N.M. Atop an
800-foot peak stands a magnificent 29-foot statue of Christ by internationally acclaimed Spanish sculptor Urbici Soler, the site of an annual pilgrimage on Easter Sunday. Because of Mt. Cristo Rey’s proximity to Mexico, it’s best to hike up the mountain in a group.

Plaza de Los Lagartos

A fiberglass sculpture by Luis Jiménez honoring the city’s colorful past, when real alligators graced San Jacinto Plaza in the center of downtown. Bordered by Mills, Mesa, Oregon and Main Streets.

Salt War

The Salt Flats are a remnant of an ancient, shallow lake that once occupied this area of the Guadalupe Mountains approximately 1.8 million years ago. Today, they are part of the Guadalupe Mountains National Park.


This monument is the second of twelve sculptures comprising the XII Travelers Memorial of the Southwest as conceived by Sculptor John Sherrill Houser and depicting 400 years of Southwestern history at the Pass of the North. Commissioned as “Don Juan de Oñate, Founder of the Hispanic Southwest, 1598”, who gave our city its name.

In 1997, the El Paso City Council approved the model for the monument. It was enlarged 13 times (over 2,000 times by volume) to 36 feet in Mexico City by the sculptor, the associate sculptor and a crew of five. In 2003, the first of 500 molds were trucked to Shidoni Foundry in New Mexico for bronze casting. In February 2006, large bronze sections were transported to Eagle Bronze Foundry in Lander, Wyoming for assembly and patina. In April 2006, the completed monument arrived at the El Paso International Airport to await the completion of the base and foundation.


Carlos M. Ramirez TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center

The TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center provides education and training to foster the understanding and appreciation of total water management in the Chihuahuan Desert. The 30,450 square-foot center of angles, curves, circles and waves inclludes a 250-seat auditorium for hosting forums; and interactive displays, exhibits and demonstration projects that bring water management to llife.

Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens

Created in 1936, the Centennial was the first museum in El Paso and one of the earliest buildings at the College of Mines, now UTEP. Permanent exhibits focus on the Chihuahuan Desert region, the largest desert in North America. Temporary exhibits are generally related to border life and culture, or more broadly to the Americas. The extensive Gardens display native plants in a variety of settings.

Chamizal National Memorial

A unit of the National Park Service, the Chamizal National Memorial commemorates the 1963 Chamizal treaty that ended a century-old boundary dispute between the United States and Mexico caused by a change in the course of the Rio Grande. The memorial includes a museum, theatre and art galleries, and hosts many festivals and special events throughout the year. Admission is free.

El Paso County Historical Society’s Burges House

This is the famous home of Richard F. Burges. The Burges House also serves as a historical research center. The Classical Revival style house features four large columns in the front supporting the roof. Burges was city attorney in 1908 and wrote the city charter. He became a member of the Texas House of Representative in 1913. He was instrumental in the development of Carlsbad Caverns and the building of the Elephant Butte Dam. The home is now the headquarters for the El Paso County Historical Society.

El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center

The El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center was established to educate the public about the Nazi Holocaust, and to honor those who perished and those who survived. The museum houses exhibits that trace the rise of the Third Reich, the mass deportations of millions of German and European citizens to ghettos and concentration camps, their valiant resistance efforts, and the liberation of the camps by Allied Forces in the closing days of World War II. Admission is free.

El Paso Museum of Archaeology and Wilderness Park

The museum tells the story of the first inhabitants of the El Paso area, the greater Southwest, and northern Mexico. Dioramas and exhibits reveal American indian lives from the Paleoindian hunters of the Ice Age to their modern Indian decendants. The museum grounds include a nature trail with native plants and outdoor exhibits.

El Paso Museum of Art

The El Paso Museum of Art houses a permanent collection of more than 6,000 works of art, including the Samuel H. Kress Collection of European art from the 13th-18th centuries; American art from the 19th to the 21st century; and Mexican colonial art and retablos from the southwestern United States and Mexico. Admission is free.

El Paso Museum of History

The El Paso Museum of History is host to more than 16,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space featuring five galleries representing 400 years of U.S./Mexico border history. Two first floor galleries have featured traveling exhibitions highlighting the brilliant mind of Leonardo da Vinci as well as early Spanish exploration prior to the arrival of the Mayflower; borderland racing history, the history of medicine and much more. Second floor galleries include the Wall of Giants; an exhibition space dedicated to individuals and businesses that have impacted life in El Paso. The Changing Pass gallery explores centuries of cultural history. Las Villitas: Neighborhoods & Shared Memories, the museum’s newest permanent gallery, features artifacts from El Paso’s earliest neighborhoods.

Fort Bliss Museums and Study Center

Exhibits include artifacts, vehicles, weapons, and information about the histories of the U.S. Army at El Paso and the Air Defense Artillery branch. Nearby is Old Fort Bliss, a reproduction of the first post of that name. Admission is free. Entrance to Fort Bliss requires a valid government issued identification such as a driver’s license.

Heritage House at UTEP

The Heritage House preserves the history of UTEP from its origin as the Texas College of Mines in 1914, and is located in a home built in 1921 by the first dean of the College. It features special exhibits for Homecoming, and from time to time during the year. Admission is free.

Insights – El Paso Science Museum

Visitors to Insights discover the wonders of science, from millions-of-years-old fossils to bubbles and magnets, through exhibits designed to make learning an active, hands-on, experience, complemented by changing temporary exhibits.

International Museum of Art

The International Museum of Art is located in the Turney home in El Paso, Texas. The spacious Museum houses collections from Asia, Africa, and many points both near and far. The Museum also houses a Mexican Revolution collection which includes a replica of Pancho Villa’s death mask, and a replica of a Mexican casita as it might have looked at the time of the Revolution. The Museum hosts several national and international exhibitions each year and offers art-related programs, activities, and special events.

Los Portales Museum and Information Center

The museum is housed in an 1850s Territorial Style building in El Paso’s Mission Valley. Its exhibits focus on the rich and colorful historical legacies of San Elizario, including the “First Thanksgiving,” the Spanish presidio, the San Elizario Salt War of 1877, and the first county seat of El Paso county. Admission is free.

Lynx Exhibits

Lynx Exhibits offers a changing calendar of exhibits, ranging from Africa to King Tut to Bodies Human – Anatomy in Motion. Admission fees vary by exhibit; group rates are available.

Magoffin Home State Historic Site

A striking adobe structure, Magoffin Home State Historic Site explores the stories of a multicultural family who actively participated in U.S. expansion and settlement, military service, trade on the Santa Fe–Chihuahua Trail, Civil War turmoil, and U.S.–Mexico relations. Built in 1875 for pioneer, politician, and civic leader Joseph Magoffin, the nineteen-room adobe home containing original family furnishings is El Paso’s only historic house museum and a prime example of Territorial style architecture.

McCall Neighborhood Center

The McCall Neighborhood Center is the epicenter meeting and gathering place for El Paso’s small but prominent African American Community. Located in the historic home of Marshall and Olalee McCall, the newly expanded complex houses a museum, gift shop, archives, and photographic collection on local and national Black History. The Center’s many sponsored programs are designed to serve neighborhood, community, and city-wide interests and needs. Admission is Free.

Museo Mayachen

Through the use of interactive exhibits, exhibit space, oral histories, audio-video presentations, workshops, cultural events, and other tools, Museo Mayachen is creating a space for the learning of history and culture that engages the community it serves.

National Border Patrol Museum

The National Border Patrol Museum is the only one of its kind in the United States. It is a private, not for profit, museum where exhibits cover the history of the United States Border patrol, from the old West, Prohibition, and WWII, right up to current operations, through displays of weapons, paintings, documents, equipment, photos, artifacts, and “hands-on” vehicles such as the Jeep, Helicopter, Scarab boat, snowmobile and ATV. Guided tours may be booked in advance.

Railroad & Transportation Museum

A restored 1857 4-4-0 “Classic American” locomotive is on display, along with exhibits on the history of EP & SW No. 1, the construction of the second transcontinental railroad through El Paso, the lives of railroad workers and their jobs, and the role of railroads in wartime. Other exhibits cover the evolution of urban transportation technology from mule cars to the streamlined streetcars of the mid-20th century. Admission is free.

Tigua Indian Cultural Center

The Tigua Indian Cultural Center of the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo celebrates over 300 years of tribal history in El Paso. Attractions include a museum, gift shopos, the Cacique Cafe, and delicious fresh Indian bread. Indian social dance performances take place every weekend-call for schedule.

U.S. Army Museum of the Noncommissioned Officer

The museum features exhibits on the changing role of the Noncommissioned Officer in the U.S. Army from 1775 to the present, through displays of equipment and uniforms used by staff sergeants and other NCO’s.

War Eagles Air Museum

The War Eales Air Museum, located at the Dona Ana County Airport, features a collection of more than 30 military and civilian aircraft of the World War II-Korean War period, most of them flight-worthy, and over 40 classic or historic automobiles.

Vineyards and Wineries

La Viña Winery

New Mexico’s oldest winery, has settled into its new home. The vineyard provides “Estate Bottled” New Mexico wines with a new complexity. New plantings of Italian and Rhone varietals will complement   production of Cabernet, Zinfandel and Chardonnay.

Star Canyon Winery

Star Canyon Winery is referred to as a wine boutique with a tasting room. Large wineries usually have tasting rooms where customers can sample the wine, Star Canyon Winery offers the same  experience.

Star Canyon Winery offers 26 different wines ranging from $9-$40 a bottle and glasses range from $5-$7. They have a variety of wines to sample ranging from premium wines to sparkling wines.

Cheese and crackers are for sale at the winery, along with accessories such as wine keys and stoppers. They also offer custom drawings on any bottle you purchase.

Wine tasting is an experience that can follow you the rest of your life, which makes Star Canyon Winery a recommended experience.

Zin Valle Winery

On any given day, the odds are you can come out to find the familiar, warm West Texas sun and the cool mountain breezes flowing through the Mesilla Valley across the Zin Valle Vineyards. Enjoy a bottle of Rising Star wine while sitting on the vineyard patio taking in the view of the majestic Franklin Mountains. Sample our Rising Star wines in our tasting room and tour the intimate Barrel Room, which was designed to create a unique and festive atmosphere for private gatherings and events. Zin Valle is available for larger events such as wedding receptions, corporate and holiday parties. We can help you customize your event to create exactly what you are looking for. Zin Valle also hosts many events throughout the year such as; outdoor movies, wine dinners, music on the patio, running events and more.

Source: El Paso Convention and Visitors Bureau