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This museum displays collections of Indian artifacts, fossils dating from early man to the atomic age centering around the Tularosa Basin, early photographs of the Basin and...
The museum located near White Sands, New Mexico, home of America's early space program, displays collections of objects documenting the histories of astronauts, astronomy and...
The oldest zoo in the Southwest has grown to include over 300 animals on 7 acres of city park.
The park contains the world's largest gypsum dunefield covering nearly 230 square miles. The glistening white dunes rise 60 feet high. Small animals have adapted to this harsh...
The museum housed in a 1943 log cabin displays micro-filmed newspapers, photographs, maps, books and two historic buildings; an 1887 house and the 1899 J. Arthur Eddy summer...
This park museum displays local natural history including insects, birds, herbs, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, cultural artifacts, and selenite crystals.
Set against the desert foot of the dramatic Sacramento Mountains, this park features historic exhibits and a fully restored 19th century ranch house. Secreted in this harsh...
This history museum displays exhibits of stagecoach wagons, sleighs, saddles and other horse-related items, Indian artifacts, furniture, fine art, and historic buildings.
Live quarter horse and thoroughbred racing. Simulcast wagering and a casino with over 300 slot/video machines.
This 1874 Courthouse museum displays collections of Indian artifacts, furniture, clothing, tools, art works, and history of Lincoln County and Southeast New Mexico.