Contemporary 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 ...
207 N. Highland Ave. 432/729-4772. http://visitmarfa.com
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. 432/729-4140.
First reported by early settlers in 1883, the mysterious lights still defy explanation. The viewing center—expanded to eight acres—features a viewing deck; rest room facilities; and information about the Marfa lights, local flora and fauna. About eight miles east of Marfa on U.S. 67/90. www.marfa...
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 with a panoramic sight of the Marfa Plateau and the Davis Mountains. Open 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Mon.–Fri. 301 N. Highland Ave. 432/729-4812. www.marfa...
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