Serving as a cultural center dedicated to fostering national friendship, understanding and trust, Chamizal National Memorial's programs and urban landscape provided opportunities for people of Mexico and the United States to better understand and appreciate each other's diverse cultures and the many aspects of life that transcend nationality.
The memorial strives to provide park visitors with ample opportunities to make meaningful connections to the park's resources and history through the use of interpretive and education programs as well as through the visual and performing arts.
Chamizal National Memorial maintains several gallery spaces. These galleries frequently showcase local and border artists. Find out what's going on in the Memorial's three gallery spaces.
Día de los Muertos is an iconic celebration here along the border. Chamizal has had gallery shows and exhibits honoring the Day of the Dead. Click on the links below to learn more about Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Dia de Los Muertos es una celebracion famosa aqui a lo largo de la frontera. El Chamizal ha tenido galerias de presentaciones y exibiciones honrando El Dia de Los Muertos. Haga click en los parrafos de abajo para aprender mas sobre el Dia de Los Muertos.
Did You Know?
4.1 miles of the riverbed between El Paso and Ciudad Juarez were cemented as part of the Chamizal Convention of 1963. Before the treaty, torrential spring rainfall would cause the Rio Grande to turn into a wild and unforgiving river, causing loss of life and property. More...