• October 23, 2021

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City Museums Host Summer Camps

The Museums and Cultural Affairs Department is hosting summer camps at three of its museums; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History and El Paso Museum of Archaeology. “We want to encourage our young people to access and use our museums, and our summer camps are fun ways they can explore archaeology, […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Archaeology Hosts Three New Public Exhibits

With three new exhibits spanning the entire Southwest, from Hopi lands to the Mission Valley, the El Paso Museum of Archaeology invites the public to to view the new artifacts. Artifacts from Local Excavation The mini exhibition explains the history of El Paso’s missions. It includes artifacts that were recovered from local archaeological explorations from […]Read More

City Invites Residents to Spend Holidays at the Museums

The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department invites everyone to spend the holiday season visiting one of the City’s three museums; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History and the El Paso Museum Archaeology. All three museums will be open regular hours through the winter holidays with free family-friendly […]Read More

Museum of Archaeology to Celebrate Tigua Cultural Heritage Day

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology and the Tigua Indian Cultural Center invite the public to celebrate Native American Heritage Month at the annual Tigua Cultural Heritage Day event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 26, at the Museum of Archaeology. “We are excited to host members of the Tigua community from Ysleta […]Read More

Museum of Archaeology Celebrates International Archaeology Day

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology invites the public to celebrate International Archaeology Day at the museum from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 21. “Texas Archaeology Month and International Archaeology Day provide us with a great opportunity to introduce people to this science with activities that will let them get their hands dirty,” […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Archaeology Celebrates its 40th Anniversary Sunday

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology (EPMArch) first opened its doors on October 12, 1977 during the administration of Mayor Don Henderson. To celebrate, the museum will host a family day on Sunday, October 15, 2017, from 12– 4 p.m. The afternoon will be filled with archery, Tigua and Mexican Folk dance performances, films, hands-on activities, […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Archaeology to Open on Sundays

Starting June 4, the El Paso Museum of Archaeology, located at 4301 Transmountain, will be open on Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. “We are excited to welcome visitors once again to the Museum on Sundays. This provides further opportunities for our community to learn about the cultures that helped influence the development of the […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Archaeology Opens Exhibit: Paquimé and the

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology announces the opening of a special exhibition, Paquimé and the Casas Grandes Culture on Saturday, May 20. This exhibition highlights Paquimé’s importance as a center of regional trade and culture during the 13th and 14th centuries AD. Located on Mesoamerica’s norther frontier, the city became an important trade center […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Archaeology to Celebrate Texas Archaeology Month

The El Paso Museum of Archaeology is celebrating Texas Archaeology Month with a number of free, family-friendly activities at the museum throughout October. “Texas Archaeology Month and International Archaeology Day provide us with a great opportunity to introduce people to this science with activities that will let them get their hands dirty,” said Director of […]Read More

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