GETTING TO MARFA BY CAR
From the East: Take Interstate 10 West to Ft. Stockton. Exit onto Highway 67 South. Travel 47 miles to where Highway 67 South intersects with Highway 90 West. Continue on Highway 67/90 for 34 miles until you reach Marfa. Driving time: approximately 7 hours from San Antonio or Austin; 10 hours from Houston or Dallas;
From the West: Take Interstate 10 East to Van Horn. Exit onto Highway 90 East. Travel 74 miles into Marfa. Driving time: approximately 3 hours from El Paso; 17 hours from Los Angeles. Please note El Paso and Marfa are in different time zones.
From the North: From Midland/Odessa, take Interstate 20 West to Pecos. In Pecos, turn left onto Highway 17 South. Travel Highway 17 South through Balmorrhea, Ft. Davis, and into Marfa. Driving time: approximately 3 hours from Midland/Odessa.
From the South: Take Highway 67 North from Presidio to Marfa
GETTING TO MARFA BY AIR, RAIL, OR BUS
El Paso and Midland/Odessa offer the closest major airports, both approximately 200 miles from Marfa. American, Continental, Delta, and Southwest Airlines service El Paso. Southwest, American Eagle, and Continental Airlines service Midland/Odessa. Major car rental agencies operate in both airports.
Amtrak offers regular rail service to Alpine, approximately 26 miles east of Marfa.
Greyhound offers daily connections from El Paso and Midland/Odessa to Van Horn (74 miles Northwest of Marfa).