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Prada Marfa, Marfa

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • I have wanted to see this site, but it is about 35 miles west of Marfa, so either see it going west on HWY 90, or take the hour round trip from Marfa to see it. It is a little worn for the years of be...  read more »
  • This is a don't miss stand-alone artwork masquerading as a "real" store. It's funny but serious art. You'll be driving fast, so even if you pass it, do a U-turn to go back. 
  • The last time I was in Marfa, a tourist actually asked me where the Prada shoe store was. When I said it was way out of Marfa and was not a real shoe store, she looked me like I was lying to her. 
  • I moved back and forth from Arizona to Texas for some years, I remember this little building there since like around 2004. The very first time I saw It, I was like, WTF!?!..haha. It's worth the drive if you appreciate art and the outdoor life. The scenery around it is very beautiful at Dusk as the sun is setting behind the Mountains. I always stop there day or night when I travel to Arizona. I always stop in Marfa too to see the little observatory for the famous Marfa Lights.
  • It's an art installation on the side of a remote road. You can stop and take a picture, but that's about it. Well, other than contemplate the usefulness of Prada shoes and their corresponding prices. It's further outside of Marfa than I realized, too.
  • Tottaly worth it. With the "lock your secrets away" keys on the fence, graffiti on the walls, and of course the peice itself, a must see. It's like a tiny, almost outdoor museum.
  • not overly impressed. this is quite pretentious except those who stop to study it from all angles may be even more prestentious
  • I drove 2400 miles to get here and its not even open i want a shoes nice ones i need them bad