• New Mexico History Museum - Santa Fe, New Mexico

      New Mexico History Museum covers New Mexico's 400-plus years from Native Americans to the atomic age and space exploration. Once you step inside past the covered wagon out front, you view clothing, weapons, tools, and art of the locals and those of the Spanish conquistadors, missionaries, and settlers. You follow New Mexico's struggles as it became free of Spain and part of the Republic of Mexico. The museum moves into the Atomic Age with exhibits of an atomic bomb assembled at Los Alamos.

      If you go:
      Museum is open seven days a week from 10 to 5. In summer, Fridays are 10 to 7.


      113 Lincoln Avenue
      Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      +1 (505) 476-5200