There's no better way to get to know New Mexico than to experience our exceptional museums and historic sites. From dinosaurs to Spanish conquistadors; rocket sleds to ancient pottery; folk art to fine art...the road to understanding and enjoying New Mexico leads through our museums and monuments.
- New Mexico Historic Sites | Overview | Website
Seven intriguing sites scattered across the state tell the story of New Mexico's rich past.
- New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors | Overview | Website
New Mexico's newest museum join the nation's oldest government building to celebrate centuries of the stories that made the American West.
- New Mexico Museum of Art | Overview | Website
Works by early and contemporary artists housed in a masterpiece of Pueblo-Revival architecture.
- Museum of International Folk Art | Overview | Website
World's largest collection of international folk art from more than 100 nations. Alexander Girard, Hispanic Heritage and Neutrogena Wings.
- Museum of Indian Arts & Culture | Overview | Website
Showcase for the collections of the Laboratory of Anthropology telling the stories of the Native American Southwest.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science | Overview | Website
Dinosaurs and hands-on learning fun for the entire family. Extreme Screen DynaTheater and LodeStar Astronomy Center.
New Mexico Museum of Space History | Overview | Website
Space age exhibits and high tech entertainment from the cradle of the U.S. space program. IMAX® Dome Theater and Planetarium.
New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum | Overview | Website
Living farm and ranch celebrating 3,000 years of agricultural history. Live animals, hands-on exhibits, daily demonstrations.
National Hispanic Cultural Center | Overview | Website
Showcasing historic and contemporary Hispanic arts, humanities and achievements over the past 400 years. Art exhibits, performances, genealogy research and many other activities.