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Not only do they perform historical dances, but the site itself also reeks of history! Must try the Gorditas there as they are outstanding. We used almost a day just sightseeing and going through historical data and of course eating.
A wonderful place to see and learn about the culture of the Tigua Nation. Make sure to check the schedule before going to be there when important events take place.
We stopped by the Tigua Indian Cultural Center during an afternoon of exploring the nearby missions. The Cultural Center has a small museum, but is more of a cultural center (that hosts events). They also have a small gift shop where you can purchase Tigua artifacts. Worth…
Without the dancing Tigua statue you would probably miss it the first time. The museum is small but the location is nice. Shady and cool, you might sit down on a bench and taste some freshly baked corn bread....
The church there in the Tigua section of El Paso down by Ysleta High School is one of the oldest places in the entire United States. If you decide to go down there, be sure to visit the place that is in the same complex that has free concerts with name bands, and it's also a…