An unavoidable gathering place for all western movie lovers is the Saloon. Here you can have a drink and completely switch back in time to long long time ago. The convincing interior of this cowboy bar with felt-covered tables, pictures of bison, wagons and a unique saddle bar stools will help you with that.
In addition to the Saloon, there are a bank, a post office, a barber shop and a general store – just some of the buildings that make this place a credible display of a town in the Wild West.
BARBER SHOP, DOCTOR, POST-OFFICE, BANK, GENERAL STORE…
Of course, there is also the office of our sheriff Wyatt Earp. As is usually the case, there is a jail right next to the premises of the just guardian of law and order.
A favorite pastime for the whole family is throwing horseshoes, where you can try yourself on the plateau in front of the reception. To fit perfectly into the environment, in the El Paso City souvenir shop you can find a large selection of cowboy hats, cowboy costumes, belts, guns, sheriff’s badge…
Anyone who would like to try the famous “Rodeo” can experience it in Wild West Town.
For visitors who wish to relax, there are also archery and axe throwing…
In the Wild West Town there is a reception for all accommodation facilities of El Paso City. Upstairs there are three rooms for accommodation, equipped with unique, handmade wooden furniture that will leave you breathless! Rooms are for two people and have a modern bathroom.
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The entire Wild West Town is complemented by Wild West-like details such as water tanks, windmills, barrels, wheels and horse mangers.
The stagecoaches you can see in El Paso are as interesting for adults as they are for children. Stagecoaches were used to transport mail, passengers and goods while there was no railway. The big horse-drawn carriage had two or three sections. The coachman would sit in a high seat, with luggage on the roof.
Original postal stagecoach, completely ready for the trip.