An art museum founded by the late artist Donald Judd is dedicated to the creation and preservation of permanent installations of large-scale works or large groups of work by a small number of artists. It is on the 340-acre site of the former Fort D.A. Russell. Accessible by guided tour only. Tour...
In the Humphris House, an 1880s adobe home, the museum displays memorabilia from the film Giant, an exhibit on the Chihuahuan Desert, local military and county history, and a collection of panoramic photography by Frank Duncan. Open 2-5 p.m. Thu.-Sat. 110 U.S. 90 W.
First reported by early settlers in 1883, the mysterious lights still defy explanation. The center features a viewing deck; rest room; and information about the Marfa lights, local flora and fauna. About eight miles east of Marfa on U.S. 67/90. . www.visitmarfa.com
Built in 1886, this elegant domed structure is topped by the Goddess of Justice. Take the elevator or stairs to the cupola, and enjoy a 360-degree view that includes the Marfa Plateau and the Davis Mountains. Open 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 301 N. Highland Ave. www.visitmarfa.com
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