National Border Patrol Museum

National Border Patrol Museum The National Border Patrol Museum is located at 4315 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Drive, in the county of El Paso, in the U.S. state of Texas.MuseumThe museum was established by a 1979 vote of the Fraternal Order of Retired Border Patrol Officers.
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The State of Texas issued its incorporation certificate in 1980 as a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt organization. Its first location from 1985–1992 was the Cortez Building in El Paso. From 1992–1994, museum artifacts were in storage awaiting construction of a new building. The current 10000sqft space opened its doors in 1994, and is located on 2acre of land northeast of El Paso.This is the only museum solely honoring the Border Patrol, and artifacts cover the agency's entire history. Among the exhibits are weapons and vehicles used, including helicopters. There is a border patrol dog exhibit, an art exhibit and an exhibit of officer badges. Depicted are various methods used by individuals to cross the border between Mexico and the United States.Membership fees, private and corporation donations, and the purchase of memorial bricks help fund the museum.Hours, admissionNo admission fee. Donations accepted.Gift shop onsite.Gift Shop accessible online at BorderPatrolMuseum.com/GiftShop/Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday

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4315 Woodrow Bean
El Paso, TX
79924-3753

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