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History Buffs

As the site of key events in both the American Indian Wars and the Mexican Revolution, El Paso has a storied history that every buff will want to explore. Step back into the 19th century at the Magoffin Home State Historic Site, an adobe home from the days of the Territorial Period. Tour Mission Trail, which takes you to the city’s three remarkable missions – Ysleta, Socorro, and San Elizario – all built in the late 1600s and still active today. End your journey through El Paso’s history at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology, home to an impressive collection of Native American artifacts.

Outdoor Adventurers

Surrounded by the rugged Franklin Mountains, El Paso is an outdoor lover’s paradise. No trip is complete without a visit to the renowned Franklin Mountains State Park, spanning an incredible 27,000 acres and offering over 100 miles of scenic trails for hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and more. The park also hosts fun events like star parties, bird walks, and outdoor skills workshops year-round. Adventurers who prefer a one-of-a-kind urban landscape can explore McKelligon Canyon instead, featuring stunning rock formations and a picturesque waterfall right in the heart of the city.

Art & Culture Enthusiasts

You can’t walk a few blocks in El Paso without stumbling across vibrant murals, colorful art installations, or the next cutting-edge exhibition. For lovers of all things creative, the entire downtown area is a veritable playground of art and culture. Start your artistic journey at the El Paso Museum of Art, boasting an impressive permanent collection ranging from Renaissance classics to modern masterpieces. Then, wander the city’s buzzing Arts District, where you’ll find avant-garde galleries, eclectic boutiques, and lively cultural events galore.

Families & Kids

When it comes to family-friendly fun, El Paso delivers big time. The Towne Crossing shopping center is home base for excitement, with family hotspots like the Petropolitan Transit System indoor playground, Miniature World kids museum, and Altitude Trampoline Park all conveniently located in one place. Just a short drive away, the El Paso Zoo and Botanical Gardens offers acres of amusement with hundreds of animal species and vibrant outdoor exhibitions to explore. Cool off from the desert heat at Wet N’ Wild Waterworld or head to the Don Haskins Center for thrilling sports entertainment.


Romance is in the air in El Paso thanks to the city’s stunning desert landscape and old-world charm. Wine and dine your sweetheart at one of the chic restaurants or cozy cantinas of the revitalized Union Plaza district. Then, stroll hand-in-hand through the idyllic San Jacinto Plaza, a tranquil oasis illuminated by twinkling lights and the sounds of a soothing fountain. For active couples, a hike into the rugged McKittrick Canyon reveals the hidden treasure of Pratt Cabin, a picturesque stone hideaway perfect for proposals or intimate picnics.


As the largest bi-national community in the world, it should come as no surprise that El Paso boasts an incredible food scene infused with the vibrant flavors of Mexico and the American Southwest. Take your tastebuds on an unforgettable tour of the city’s legendary tacos, tamales, menudo, and more – without even leaving Texas! Don’t miss iconic eateries like Chico’s Tacos, the James Beard Award-winning Crave Kitchen, and L&J Cafe for classic Tex-Mex and grilled delicacies that will have you weak in the knees.

How to Get Around El Paso

With so many must-see attractions and endless exploring to do, getting around El Paso easily is key to experiencing it all. Fortunately, there are plenty of transportation options to fit any itinerary and budget.

Public Transportation

The Sun Metro bus and Brio rapid transit system make getting around downtown hassle-free. Purchase a day pass for just $3.50 and you can hop on and off buses at your leisure. Sun Metro buses also make stops at popular spots like the El Paso International Airport, the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) campus, Outlet Mall, and Cielo Vista Mall. For a fun alternative, consider the El Paso Streetcar – these classic trolley cars are a nostalgic yet convenient way to travel from Downtown to UTEP and the international bridges.

Taxis and Rideshares

Taxis and ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft can come in handy when you want to avoid driving or need a quick ride to a specific location. Just keep in mind that availability can be limited during peak hours or big events. To prevent delays and surge pricing, it’s best to book a taxi or rideshare well in advance. Fortunately, there are taxi stands conveniently located throughout downtown and at the major shopping malls for spontaneous trips.

Charter Buses

Experiencing the most of what El Paso has to offer often requires groups to be on the move from one attraction to the next. Small parties and couples can make do with ride shares, but for any sizeable group, a private charter bus rental is the smartest transportation solution. El Paso Party Bus Company provides comfortable charter buses thoughtfully equipped to maximize your El Paso experience. Your team will get you around seamlessly to each destination while you enjoy premium amenities like plush seating, WiFi, and entertainment systems to pass the time comfortably.

Ready to Get Started?

From mouthwatering Mexican fare and a flourishing arts district to stunning natural wonders and a rich cultural heritage, El Paso has something unique to offer every visitor. What are you waiting for? Call El Paso Party Bus Company today at 806-416-5022 to book your charter bus and get ready to experience the magic of El Paso firsthand! Our knowledgeable team is standing by 24/7 to help you plan seamless group transportation and craft an unforgettable El Paso adventure tailored just for you.