- Our list of the best things to do in Alpine, Texas, features the top 20 nearby activities — including 8 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Alpine, TX has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Alpine, TX , followed by 12 popular activities in nearby cities, including Marfa and Fort Laramie
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Sul Ross State University Campus, Alpine, TX 79832 MoreLess Info
The Museum of the Big Bend is located on the northeast corner of the Sul Ross State University campus. It works to introduce visitors to the unique natural history, human history, and blending of cultures within the region.
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HC 65 - Box 430, Alpine, TX 79830 MoreLess Info
Hallie Crawford Stillwell helped to settle West Texas in the early 20th century, and her legacy is put on display at the Stillwell Store - Hallie's Hall of Fame Museum. Her unique and unusual life is the central focus of the exhibits.
Featuring local artists, Catchlight Art Gallery showcases artwork in a variety of mediums, from paintings to wooden sculptures. The gallery hosts receptions, discussions, and lectures where visitors can meet the artists.
As a custom frame shop, Kiowa Gallery & Custom Framing builds frames for a variety of artwork mediums, from paintings to fine art photography. The gallery also features Southwestern themed artwork from local artists.
The Dumitrescu Gallery features the original artwork of artist and illustrator Avram Dumitrescu. Dumitrescu's work has been featured in a number of prestigious galleries, and his illustrations have appeared in multiple books.
Alpine's Rangra Theatres is a two auditorium cinema multiplex that shows primarily newly released Hollywood films in all digital video and sound. The theater is family owned and operated, and has been in business for over 30 years.
90% 228 votes
965 Grey Rocks Rd, Fort Laramie, WY MoreLess Info
Fort Laramie National Historic Site began as a fur trading post, and became one of the largest military posts in the Northern Plains region. Discover the history of the country's western expansion through a self-guided audio tour and various interpretive programs.