The El Paso Museum of History is a source of learning for the whole family! Experience the museum from home.
Tracks Across The Desert
Etchings by Steve Edwards
EPMH offers workshops for all ages to explore history and culture through multidisciplinary activities such as fiber arts, digital media, storytelling and more.
Access free and virtual workshops to enjoy from the safety of your home.
Virtual Toddler and Me: Let’s Move
Magnetic Abstract Art with Laura Turon
Mini Loom Weaving with Cynthia Gutierrez-Krapp
Herb Notebook Making & Plant Gathering with Rubi Orozco Santos
Calavera Makeup Tutorial
DIY Holiday Cards
DIY Garland Tutorial
Low and Slow: 3D Printed Lowrider Car Model
Lunar New Year Ox Puppet
Lectures, Panels & Discussions
The Museum partners with local and international scholars and community institutions to engage the public in educational topics and issues. EPMH focuses on presenting a variety of perspectives that reflect our everchanging interpretations of history.
Traditions and Customs of Lunar New Year
The History of Sunset Heights: A Talk by Bernie Sargent
EPMH – History and Traditions of DDLM with La Calaca Maldonado
Immigration History of Korean Americans
Food Story Project: El Paso Food Voices
Documenting Our Community – Local Student Producers Film El Paso’s History
Queens in Quarantine
Black & Chicanx Community Table
Merienda Talk: Black & Latinx Solidarity