Plan Your Trip to Marfa
They say Marfa is “tough to get to; tougher to explain. But once you get here, you get it.”
The journey is half the adventure, and so much of the allure of Marfa stems from its remote location. This is a place where the pace of life slows down. Where you drop your cell phone and pick up a paint brush. Or a telescope. Or a bottle of champagne. When you encounter these breathtaking vistas, vibrant art galleries, and intimate eateries in the desert surrounded by the Texas mountains, you’ll know you’ve truly arrived.
Marfa is located in the Big Bend region of Texas on U.S. Highway 90, south of Interstate 10 and north of Big Bend National Park. Major gateway cities to Marfa are El Paso (200 miles to the northwest) and Midland (200 miles to the northeast). Below is a list of Marfa transportation options to help you plan your trip to Far West Texas.