El Paso Museum of Archaeology

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The El Paso Museum of Archaeology is dedicated to showcasing the rich cultural heritage and history of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The museum was founded in 1977 and is situated on 15 acres of land in the foothills of the Franklin Mountains. One of the main focuses of the museum is on the Native American cultures of the Southwest. The museum features a large collection of artifacts from the prehistoric and historic periods of the region, including pottery, jewelry, textiles, and tools. The exhibits also explore the lifestyles, beliefs, and customs of the various Native American groups that have lived in the area over the centuries. (Submitted by Anthony Von Plinsky)

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Hiking trails are still open past 5 and are awesome! But bring water!!!