El Paso is a quintessential southwest city. Its diverse population makes El Paso the city with the largest bilingual workforce in America, and while it's a pretty big place, it's also considered the safest big city in the country. What could be better for a visit than a place with the safety of a small town and the culture and attractions of a big city?
And there are a ton of things to do here in El Paso. If you're a history buff and you love museums, we have more than you can visit in just a weekend - the El Paso Museum of Archaeology, the Fort Bliss and Old Ironsides Museums, the National Border Patrol Museum, and a Holocaust Museum. To see more of El Paso's artistic side, visit the beautiful old Plaza Theater or stop by the Museum of Art.
And of course, if you visit El Paso, you have to enjoy the outdoors. A favorite attraction in El Paso is the Wyler Aerial Tramway, which takes you over the Franklin Mountains. You can also see the mountains from the ground at the Franklin Mountains State Park, head over to the Hueco Tanks State Historic Site for a hike, or visit the El Paso Municipal Rose Garden.
There are plenty of things the whole family will enjoy as well, especially with the kids. Everyone loves a trip to the zoo, and the El Paso Zoo is one of the best around. You can also visit Bob-O's Family Fun Center, ride some rides at the Western Playland Amusement Park, or catch a game at the Sun Bowl Stadium!
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