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All reviews mimbres pottery small town something for everyone two hours local history amazing collection run by volunteers several hours doll collection on display indian pottery second floor huge collection worth a stop donations accepted native american artifacts pancho villa
We have been in museums around the world and collections here of ancient Native American pottery, minerals, dolls, and Southwest cowboy antiques was vast and world class! Plan at least a two hour visit!
Free admission. Donations highly deserved!
This Museum was absolutely fantastic! It is run completely on donations so drop a couple bucks when you go in. Amazing collection of Native American pottery, arrowheads, and Jewelry. Also an amazing Spanish section showing everything from traditional clothing and dinnerware, to old guitars. They...More
What a surprise we got when we visited this terrific museum in Deming. The collection of pottery from indigenous peoples is fantastic. Additionally, they have rooms upon rooms of specialized local flavor exhibits. Our only shortcoming on this visit was that we didn’t allow enough...More
What a wonderful gem . A lovingly created picture of this area from prehistory thru 70s. Something for everyone ! Small town America st its best revealed . Each exhibit is excellently done and the whole place shines ! Not even a touch of dust!...More
We love small town museums, I’m always amazed at the quantity and quality of their displays. This one was no exception. Excellent displays and we didn’t even have time to see it all. Give yourself a 1-2 hours to stroll around. They also have a...More
A annual visit I make with my kiddos. I've been taking them since they were 4 yrs. Old and now they are teens. It never gets old visiting, it is always a good time. This museum is the one of the nicest little museums in...More
This museum has a lot of turn of the century items. Interesting all the way through. The Native-American displays of arrow heads etc, was very good. The building itself is a great place to look at (built around 1916). My favorite parts were the Old-timers...More