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DIGIE

What is DIGIE?

DIGIE is shortened name for the Digital Wall that was created as part of the 2012 Quality of Life Bond Program. Shown on touch sensitive TV screens, DIGIE is a vast collection of images and videos exploring El Paso’s past and present, interpreting our region through time, neighborhoods, and themes. 


When can I visit DIGIE?

Monday-Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Please note our museum is closed on Monday but the Digital Wall remains open)

Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12 pm to 5 pm

***Closed City Holidays***


Where can you use DIGIE?

The collection of images that powers DIGIE can be browsed from the permanent Digital Wall located at the entrance of the El Paso Museum of History. The 3-D touch screens are available only at the El Paso Museum of History, as it is currently the only digital wall in the United States and one of four in the world. 

If you would like DIGIE to travel to you, our Mini-DIGIE is a smaller, portable version of DIGIE. The El Paso Museum of History plans to take Mini-DIGIE to classrooms, malls, community centers, and other places where people gather - this way the opportunity to experience El Paso’s history can be enjoyed by all. 

You can also access DIGIE's images by visiting, www.digie.org.

How do you use DIGIE?

The permanent DIGIE Wall and Mini-DIGIE can be used by anyone. Use your fingertips to move through the 3-D City, or tap on a specific image to read information about it and to find related images. You can write about your DIGIE experience on our GUESTBOOK, or add your own comment to any image you see on the DIGIE Wall or website. You can also upload your own family photographs or recent images to www.digie.org

To participate:

  • Click login
  • Agree to the terms of use 
  • Register your new account 
A confirmation email will be sent to you with a first time user’s link – so check all your e-mail boxes!


*If you have any questions email us at digitalwall@elpasotexas.gov.