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A bit of history and scenery mixed together. A nice venue to 'drag' the kids to while on break. They learn an bit and actually put their devices down. This was part of a multi-stop roatrip through the back roads of west Texas. We enjoyed...More
Who has a 62,000 year-old Meteor Crater in the backyard? West Texas! Located on I-20 Odessa to El Paso resides a huge hole-in-the-ground and a museum that inspires kids’ imagination. This natural National Landmark is an outer-space experience. The collision with Earth from Mars and...More
We were looking for something to do so we drove out to the crater. I guess it was something to see a long time ago but it has filled in over the years. They have good signage and the museum has some interesting stuff but...More
Wish we could have seen all there was to see at this attraction. Unfortunately, the Visitors Center is closed on Mondays, and that is when we were there. The crater itself is less than impressive. Due to the nature of the surrounding soils and earth...More
Though not mush to see ... We had never been to a crater siting .. there is a trail that wraps around the site .. have to watch out for snakes!! the museum is small but it's not something u see on a trip ......More
Was glad that we stop by to see this location. Wasn't sure what we would find, and was surprise to see the indentation of the earth. It puts you in awe of what the earth has to endure. A bit off the path, but worth...More