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Fun things to do in el paso

The birthplace of America’s Southwest! El Paso is a melting pot of West Texas, Old Mexico and New Mexico. Sure, kids will be immersed in culture and history, as well as incredible landscapes and all this should be embraced during any visit.

But the the city is also great for just having just…a ton of FUN!

Shall we begin?

Adventure Zone is the largest arcade in the city.  Ascarate Lake has over 400 acres for families to play golf or softball, and take trips out onto the lake.  For those creative families there are activities like Funtastic Punch, where kids can learn through interactive play. Wet ’N’ Wild Waterworld is an oasis in the desert. Jumpland Trampoline Park is the city’s first indoor trampoline park, and FuntastiCo. Pizza & Games is a place where kids can just spend the day with well, pizza and games!

And that’s not even close to everything!

There are so many fun things to do in El Paso.  Museums, thrills, creativity, science, nature and wildlife…you won’t have any problems creating your ultimate family day out in this city.

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  • Western Playland

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    (4 miles) Sunland Park

    Unlimited family fun with rides and games for all ages at this exciting New Mexico theme park, right near the border of Texas.

  • War Eagles Air Museum

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    (14 miles) Santa Teresa

    The War Eagles Air Museum is dedicated to collecting, restoring and displaying historic aircraft of the World War II and the Korean Conflict eras. This unique Museum pays special tribute to military ...

  • Wet n Wild Waterworld

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    (16 miles) Anthony

    Wet 'N' Wild Waterworld is unique in that we have over 200 mature shade trees providing more square feet of shade per customer than any other water park in the world.

  • Las Cruces Railroad Museum

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    (41 miles) Las Cruces

    Housed in a historic Santa Fe Depot, the Las Cruces Railroad Museum interprets the railroading history of Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley.

  • White Sands National Monument

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    (72 miles) Alamogordo

    An incredible site with the glistening white sands of New Mexico. Sand dunes rise right out the desert!

  • National Solar Observatory

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    (81 miles) Sunspot

    The National Solar Observatory at Sacramento Peak welcomes visitors during the daytime. The Observatory is open to the public between dawn and dusk. To find out how to get here, read the road ...

  • New Mexico Museum of Space History

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    (84 miles) Alamogordo

    Contains exhibitions ranging from Robert Goddard's early rocket experiments near Roswell to a mock-up of the International Space Station.

  • Alameda Zoo

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    (84 miles) Alamogordo

    The Alameda Park Zoo provides an aesthetically pleasing naturalistic environment, which promotes education in the environmental fields of study, conservation of local and global environments, ...

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