Museum of New Mexico Institutions
Information About Our Institutions
The Museum of New Mexico consists of four museums, seven historic sites, and the Office of Archaeological Studies. To view information about each, select one from the list below or the "Select an Institution" menu above.
New Mexico History Museum
Opening Memorial Day 2009, The new museum will include permanent and temporary exhibitions that span the entire history of New Mexico.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Works by early and contemporary artists housed in a masterpiece of Pueblo-Revival architecture.
Museum of International Folk Art
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
Showcase for the collections of the Laboratory of Anthropology telling the stories of the Native American Southwest.
Museum of Natural History & Science
New Mexico's most visited museum features an active volcano, Ice Age cave, and dinosaurs galore, including the enormous Tyrannosaurus rex and Seismosaurus.
New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum is 47 acres packed with real stories about real people.
New Mexico Historic Sites
Six intriguing historic sites scattered across the state tell the story of New Mexico's rich past.
Office of Archaeological Studies
The Office of Archaeological Studies conducts archaeological research projects throughout New Mexico with a diverse group of 4050 archaeologists and support staff.