Planning a Charter Bus Rental in El Paso, Texas?
El Paso Charter Bus
Ready, set, go on the charter bus to El Paso.
Your charter bus group is going to love this town. It has so much going on anytime of the year. Border Patrol Museum is a stop off the beaten path but the Border Patrol has played a big role in the formation of El Paso. Your charter bus group will seethe history of the U.S. Border Patrol from the old west to the present. Exhibits of aircraft and vehicles used by the patrol, as well as surveillance equipment, confiscated items and more. This 10,000 square foot museum is next to the Wilderness Park Museum where your charter bus group can see the natural wonders of this area, including indigenous animals.
Centennial Museum is a great stop along your charter bus excursion of El Paso. It has a huge collection of both Mexican and Texan history. El Paso Museum of Art is a large facility highlighting the artistic history of the area. Several permanent exhibits highlight works from the 14th century to the present. Among the museum's permanent collection you'll find the Kress Collection, the Spanish Viceroyal Collection and Mexican Folk Retablos from the 17th through 19th centuries.
The International Museum of Art has an awesome collection to show your charter bus group. Items from African folk art and artifacts to local Western art; retablos; and the Heritage Gallery featuring historical furniture are available for viewing.
El Paso Museum of History is an interesting stop along your charter bus tour. This area has a history of being ruled by Native Americans, Conquistadors, Vaqueros, and Cavalrymen. Hundreds of artifacts, many of them well preserved are on display in this facility.
US Army and Air Defense Artillery & Fort Bliss Museums another great stop for the history buffs on your charter bus tour. The days of the "Old West and the Soldiers of the Pass are relived through replicas of original adobe fort buildings and military artifacts. The museum is a reproduction of the Magoffinsville Post from 1854 to 1868. Costumed interpreters walk the grounds and give your charter bus group a real insite to what life was like in these forts.
El Paso is home to some of the best small presses and bookstores in the Southwest. Browse through the downtown offices of Cinco Puntos Press for award winning books by local authors or shop the racks at the Book Gallery for some great used book deals. It is a lovely place to shop.
Boots are plentiful in El Paso. It truly deserves the title of "Boot Capital of the World." With over 12 manufactures or retailers you're sure to find the perfect pair. Cowboys to city slickers, wranglers to hippies, whatever your fancy, do it with some Texas flare. For a little more shopping fun for your charter bus gang the El Paso Mall has all the big names you know such as Brighton, Banana Republic, Dillard's, Abercrombie & Fitch, Foleys, FYE, and Nine West. Charter a stop by Mercados, where there are handfuls of boutiques and galleries provide a slice-of life experience only found in this region.
Hope your charter bus group enjoys good food because there is a lot to choose from in El Paso. One place is Camino Real, this historic downtown hotel, El Paso's most elegant, offers three great dining choices. Azulejos, the perfect place for Sunday brunch, serves regional cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a charming Southwest atmosphere. For a more formal, gourmet dining experience in the area's only 4-Diamond restaurant, the Dome presents fine dining in an elegant turn-of-the-century setting.
Uptown's Coffee Shop offers light fare for breakfast; salads and sandwiches for lunch and dinner and, of course, the best coffee in town.
Book your next trip to El Paso today for your group, it will be a charter bus excursion you'll never forget!