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  • New Mexico Museum of Space History

    New Mexico Museum of Space History

    Alamogordo, New Mexico

    New Mexico reaches for the stars with an educational and amusing collection of exhibits and unique artifacts.

  • Teako's Giants of Hatch

    Teako's Giants of Hatch

    Hatch, New Mexico

    Teako Nunn has gathered America's fiberglass statue elite at his BBQ restaurant and RV business.

  • International UFO Museum

    International UFO Museum

    Roswell, New Mexico

    Most serious look at UFOs in town. For those who go bug-eyed over little green men and their cracked-up saucers, the truth is in here.

  • Roswell Alien Attraction Autopsy

    Roswell Alien Attraction Autopsy

    Roswell, New Mexico

    Bulb-headed aliens and outer space jalopies: a sure sign you've reached downtown Roswell.

  • Area 51 Museum, Alien Zone

    Area 51 Museum, Alien Zone

    Roswell, New Mexico

    Pose for gag photos with aliens, and see a black light City of the Future!

  • Tinkertown

    Tinkertown

    Sandia Park, New Mexico

    Tiny miniatures -- too many to count -- in mechanical motion, the life's work of the late Ross Ward.

  • Four Corners USA

    Four Corners USA

    Shiprock, New Mexico

    The only spot in the country where you can stand in four states balanced on one toe.

  • The Very Large Array

    The Very Large Array

    Socorro, New Mexico

    Money-shot from countless sci-fi films, the VLA listens for exotic space noise while tolerating terrestrial tourists.

  • National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

    National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Former National Atomic Museum still packs a punch with weapons and memorabilia of the Atom Age.

  • Smokey Bear Museum And Grave

    Smokey Bear Museum And Grave

    Capitan, New Mexico

    Smokey Bear was a cartoon character and a real bear. A cartoon lives forever, but the real bear died.

  • El Santuario de Chimayo Shrine

    El Santuario de Chimayo Shrine

    Chimayo, New Mexico

    Miraculous Catholic shrine in New Mexico. Many attest to the spiritual and physical curative powers of faith in the sacred dirt.

  • Billy the Kid's Two Graves

    Billy the Kid's Two Graves

    Fort Sumner, New Mexico

    Where Billy's real grave is located, for purists who aren't satisfied with the fake grave in town.

  • Recycled Roadrunner

    Recycled Roadrunner

    Las Cruces, New Mexico

    Built of junk from a local dump, the Recycled Roadrunner is an impressive 20 feet tall and 40 feet long.

  • Bataan Death March Statue and Walkway

    Bataan Death March Statue and Walkway

    Las Cruces, New Mexico

    Three larger-than-life WW2 bronze soldiers help each other along a concrete path of footprints left by real survivors of the 1942 Bataan Death March.

  • Space Murals Museum

    Space Murals Museum

    Organ, New Mexico

    Artwork on an outdoor water tank chronicles the history of the U.S. space program. Inside, displays include a model of the forgotten Space Station Freedom.

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