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Address: 1500 Main St, San Elizario, TX 79849-8668
Phone Number: +1 915-345-5994
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Discover the Mission Trail Art Market, The Mission Valley's premier art and...

Discover the Mission Trail Art Market, The Mission Valley's premier art and craft sale. Professional artisans from across the region present an amazing selection of quality art and craft. Choose from delicate pottery, vibrant jewelry, timeless home accents, and seasonal decorations. Painting, sculpture and photography for the connoisseur. Sweet and savory treats for the gourmet.The Mission Trail Art Market opens Monthly, starting May 15, 2011. The Billy the Kid Festival will be held on June 10-12th and the Annual Harvest Market is held on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. The hours are from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Enjoy the Food concessions and Entertainment. The event is pet friendly. All in the tree covered, Veteran's Memorial Plaza, in Historic San Elizario. Plenty of parking. Free admission.See it, believe it! Be there.

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The Art markets are great events. The artists that exhibit here are local and all are very kind and share there knowledge and expertise. Check out the El Paso Scene for upcoming... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 24 March 2015
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 March 2015

The Art markets are great events. The artists that exhibit here are local and all are very kind and share there knowledge and expertise. Check out the El Paso Scene for upcoming events. This is a hidden gem.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 January 2014

The San Elizario Mission on the Spanish Mission Trail of (far east) El Paso has a very nice Art Market. Housed in old adobe/stucco one story buildings you see shop after shop from local artists. You could easily spend a day here. You will be impressed with the local artists and the art. You can buy reasonably priced originals or... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 June 2012

This hidden nook is well worth time exploring for learning and living! The San Elizario Historic Art District is easy to miss, but is an exquisitely preserved piece of history. It is the site of the First Thanksgiving, 1598--and after that punishing cross of the dry Chihuahua Desert by the still-continuing Northward migration, conquistadors, settlers, immigrants, travelers are ALWAYS grateful... More 

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