The museum itself is fascinating, offering a good overview of New Mexico from pre-historic to modern times. The second floor exhibits, particularly the one on pinhole photography, were well worth the entry fee which, by the way, also gets you into the palace of Governors across the courtyard. The guide seemed knowledgeable but it was difficult to hear her over the sounds coming from the exhibits.
The Palace of Governors (longest standing continually occupied building in the US) was fascinating. Glass covered holes in the floor reveal ruins of the earlier Pueblo building that was discovered when they excavated.
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