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White Sands Missle Range Museum
#1 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
If you are interested in missiles and rockets you should go to both museums.
Across the car park is the base museum, full of interesting exhibits covering the visits by JFK and by the producers of Star Wars (who left a Darth Vader helmet), the Korean War, WW2 Japanese brutality and the WSM...
New Mexico Museum of Space History
#2 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
This is one of the best museums of it's kind that I have visited.
This museum had an outdoor area exhibiting various rockets and missiles, a very informative four-floor museum on the history and development of rocketry and space travel/exploration, and several excellent movies i...
International Space Hall of Fame
#3 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
Museum has a comprehensive collection of space artifacts, and each floor takes the traveler through a period in space exploration history.
This attraction is actually part of the New Mexico Space Museum so you will find pictures of the Hall of Fame inductees on all four levels of the museum as well as a combination display of all inductees on the mai...
Toy Train Depot
#4 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
A toy train museum for the train enthusiast - small but lots to see!
I didn't visit the museum inside but my husband loved it it.
Shroud Exhibit and Museum
#5 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
Even cooler is that the museum features a life sized replica of the shroud on transparent, backlit film so that you can see every mark in bright detail.
The Museum is small and peaceful you feel so safe and comfortable with the image of Jesus all around.
Tularosa Basin Museum of History
#6 of 6 Museums in Alamogordo
Up front, I am a member of the Tularosa Basin Historical Society, the all volunteer nonprofit that manages this museum as well as the historic site of the La Luz Pottery from the early 1900s.
Excellent museum and gift shop.