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Founded in 1937, the Roswell Museum and Art Center is home to an extensive collection of southwestern art, the equipment and workshop of pioneering rocketeer Robert H. Goddard, and the Rogers Aston Collection of the American West, which encompasses...more
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Roswell has the best hidden secret in the Pecos Valley. This Museum has a touch of the Old West with the Aston Collection, one of the finest collections of Indian and Cowboy memorabilia in all of New Mexico, plus Art of Peter Hurd and Henriette...More
I enjoyed my trip to the RMAC. It's very easy to visit, and you can't argue with the price.
It's big enough to be worth the trip, but doesn't take all day.
The western collection was my favorite. I was impressed.
OK, so this is a fun place and doesn't cost much to get in so it's worth a stop. But just know that some of it is pretty hokey. Some of the letters of documentation really make you wonder if there really is someone out...More
We set out on a Saturday morning to explore Roswell, and this was our first stop. Little did we know it was the day of the arts and science fair. As we were looking around, the museum director stopped us and encouraged us to stick...More