El Paso Places

TripWhat's travel guide to El Paso; our list of the best things to see, including The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso Saddleblanket and El Paso Mission Trail.
  • The best place in El Paso: The University of Texas at El Paso

    The University of Texas at El Paso

    The University of Texas at El Paso [] was founded in 1914. It's located on the West Side of El Paso and is easily accessible from I-10. UTEP, pronounced you-tep, boasts a beautiful campus nestled into rocky hills with amazing xeriscaped gardens.
    Central food nearby
  • El Paso Saddleblanket

    El Paso Saddleblanket

    6926 Gateway East
    Fine Southwest rugs, furniture, jewelry and folk art.
    Central
  • El Paso Mission Trail

    El Paso Mission Trail

    A collection of the historic Spanish missions in the area, dating from the early 17th century. There are also a number of shops on the trail with artwork, crafts, and historic pieces.
    Lower Valley restaurants nearby
  • Chihuahuan Desert Gardens

    Chihuahuan Desert Gardens

    Daily, from dawn to dusk. Over 600 native plant species. At the end of every April, there is a fun event sponsored by the gardens, known as FloraFest. During FloraFest, native plants such as agave, yucca, cacti and other hard to find desert plants can be purchased. For anyone interested in horticulture, especially xeriscaping, this is a must see.
    Central food nearby
  • Centennial Museum

    Centennial Museum

    10AM-4:30PM Tues-Sat (Museum is also sometimes closed during Miner Football Home Games on Saturdays). temporary and permanent exhibits. The temporary exhibits feature life, culture and the natural environment of the Borderlands. In many cases, the galleries are made up of contributions of fellow El Pasoans. The permanent exhibits are a natural and social history of the Chihuahuan Desert.
    Central eat nearby
  • Museum of Archeology at Wilderness Park

    Museum of Archeology at Wilderness Park

    Tue-Sat, 9AM-5PM. Closed Sun-Mon. Free. Exhibits include artifacts and reconstructions of life in the past. The museum also has numerous trails covering fifteen acres of land behind the museum that afford visitors terrific views of the Franklin Mountains and over 250 native plant species.
    Northeast restaurants nearby
  • McKelligon Canyon

    1331 McKelligon Canyon Road El Paso TX
    The road is small. This road eventually leads visitors on a winding tour of the canyon. It is truly beautiful, with many plants and colorful hills. There are picnic facilities, a park store and steep trails into the wilderness. It is very quiet and peaceful, a desert oasis in the middle of the city. Many runners and bikers enjoy the challenge of the winding, rolling roads in the canyon. Pets are allowed on leash and there are also mountain biking trails. Map of the trails are available on the website.
    Central food nearby
  • Originally opened in Juarez in 1918, Cafe Central moved to El Paso after Prohibition ended. This fancy restaurant is led by Chef Armando Pomales and his team. Service here is nearly perfect, but it is the food that will have you seeing stars. A true "fancy restaurant" for those looking for a place to take a date, celebrate an anniversary, eat an amazing lunch, or hold a business lunch/dinner.
    Central
  • Starbucks

    11320 Montwood Dr
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    East Side
  • Starbucks

    1874 Joe Battle Blvd
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    East Side
  • Forti's Mexican Elder Restaurant

    321 Chelsea
    A mid-price restaurant and piano bar located just barely above the border. The price is comparable to that of a lot of mediocre Mexican restaurants elsewhere, but this food blows theirs out of the water. The fajitas are perfectly seasoned, the carnitas are amazing, and the margaritas are not to be missed. Fresh homemade tortillas complete the meal. Be sure not to binge on the chips and salsa as the meals are large.
    Central
  • Ripe Eatery

    Ripe Eatery

    910 E Redd Rd Ste A
    Fresh and delicous westside eatery. www.eatripe.com
    Northwest
  • Starbucks

    5650 N Desert Blvd
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Northwest
  • Garufa Argentinean Restaurant

    Garufa Argentinean Restaurant

    5411 N. Mesa St. Suite 26A
    Garufa is open for lunch and dinner. We welcome you to come join us for the finest authentic Argentinean food in the Southwest.
    Mesa Hills
  • TaraThai Restaurant

    TaraThai Restaurant

    2606 N. Mesa
    TaraThai Restaurant: authentic, traditional Thai cuisine done in a modern and extraordinary way!
    Central
  • Red & White Wine Bar

    Red & White Wine Bar

    2609 N Mesa St
    Wine.Dine.Savor
    Central
  • Cafe Central

    Cafe Central

    109 N Oregon St
    Soft lights, handsome furnishings and ambient music create a relaxing mood-setting atmosphere. Fine linens and fresh flowers adorn every table. Our staff provides every patron with unsurpassed service. Bon Appétit.
    Central
  • State Line Restaurant

    State Line Restaurant

    1222 Sunland Park Dr
    Tacos, Tequila, Y Mas
    Northwest
  • The Pizza Joint

    The Pizza Joint

    2900 N Mesa St Ste F
    Pizza by the Slice
    Central
  • Crave Kitchen and Bar

    Crave Kitchen and Bar

    300 Cincinnati
  • Tabla

    Tabla

    115 S Durango St Ste D
    A casual ecclectic restaurant that features tapas as well as large plates. Great for lunch and dinner.
    Central
  • Starbucks

    6669 Gateway Blvd W
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Central
  • Jungle Jaks

    Jungle Jaks

    1700 Zaragoza Ste145
    Jungle Jaks "The All You Can Play Experience" is the perfect place for families to have fun and the best place for birthday parties!!!!!!
    East Side
  • Chico's Tacos

    Chico's Tacos

    11381 Montwood Dr
  • Greenery Restaurant and Market

    Greenery Restaurant and Market

    750 Sunland Park Dr Ste F5
    For the past 30 years, Greenery Restaurant and Market has brought great food, warm hospitality, excellent service and value to El Pasoans and visitors alike. Established in 1982, Greenery Restaurant had its humble beginning in El Paso's Popular Department Stores. Renowned for our quality products along with great value, personal relationships with our customers, our extensive "World Cuisine" menu
    Coronado
  • Hamachi Sushi

    Hamachi Sushi

    9861 Dyer St #24
    Best sushi in town, located in el paso tx. come and see for your self why we are in top 10 best restaurants in el paso tx on urbanspoon.com. Taste the difference.
    Northeast
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