New Mexico State Museums and Historic Sites Reopen

The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) announces that as of May 16, 2021, the state’s eight museums and seven of its historic sites have reopened, allowing visitors to explore and learn more about the state’s rich heritage in person. View new exhibitions and revisit popular permanent collections at DCA’s museums and explore interpretive exhibits at our historic site’s visitor centers. For more information, including days and hours of operation at individual institutions, visit newmexicoculture.org.

You can now visit:

Coronado Historic Site (Bernalillo)

Fort Selden Historic Site (Radium Springs)

Fort Stanton Historic Site (Lincoln)

Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial (Fort Sumner)

Jemez Historic Site (Jemez Springs)

Lincoln Historic Site (Lincoln)

Los Luceros Historic Site (Alcalde)

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (Santa Fe)

Museum of International Folk Art
Display at Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe.

Museum of International Folk Art (Santa Fe)

National Hispanic Cultural Center – Art Museum and History and Literary Arts Building (Albuquerque)

New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (Las Cruces)

New Mexico History Museum (Santa Fe)

New Mexico Museum of Art (Santa Fe)

New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (Albuquerque)

New Mexico Museum of Space History (Alamogordo)

This article was posted by Cheryl Fallstead

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