Founded by minimalist artist Donald Judd, this contemporary art museum is an international sensation. Chinati features sculptures, paintings, drawings, installations and other works by renowned artists Donald Judd, John Chamberlain, Claus Oldenburg & Choose van Bruggen, Dan Flavin, Ilya Kabakov, Roni Horn and many more.
Get it right at the wrong store in Marfa. This store and gallery is home to a unique mix of rare items found only in Marfa. You can’t miss the giant, orange neon horseshoe sign in the front!
This well-known Marfa staple serves up a delicious rotating Mediterranean menu.
This 18-acre trailer, tent and teepee hotel is a 10 minute walk to art galleries, dining and shopping. Vintage trailers come with kitchenettes and private bathrooms.
Museum of the Big Bend
Located on theSul Ross State University campus, the museum is has been preserving the area’s history for over 80 years. Built in 1936 exhibits include Buffalo Soldiers, Early Native Americans, Big Bend Legacy and more.
Starlight Theatre Restaurant & Saloon
Situated in the Terlingua Ghost Town, this establishment is like nothing you’ve seen before. Visitors enjoy live entertainment, tasty eats and rollicking drinks.
Residing in the heart of the Texas Mountain Trail, the Gage Hotel is known as one of America’s last frontiers. For generations the hotel has offered not just a place to relax and hang your hat, but and a place to reflect and reconnect. Charming shops, country churches and local eateries are all within walking distance.
Balmorhea State Park
Known as the Oasis in the Desert, Balmorhea is the world’s largest spring-fed swimming pool. Visitors enjoy swimming, scuba diving and more. With water temps in the mid 70’s year round, a trip to this historic park is appropriate any time of the year!
Big Bend Saddlery
This local tack shop is home to uniquely handcrafter leather supplies such as wallets, holsters, belts, saddles, and more. Opened in 1905, the saddlery is a must-see when traveling through the high desert.