Visit Us

The Museum is open Mon-Sat 9-5 and Sunday Noon to 5. We're located at 4100 Dripping Springs Road, Las Cruces, NM

From Interstate 25, take the University Exit (Exit 1) and go east 1.5 miles.

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Now on Exhibit: What's the Buzz? Why Honey Bees Matter

This exhibit explores the amazing history of humans keeping honey bees for food and other bee products and the critical role bees play in pollinating about a third of the plants we ultimately consume as our food. There are not enough honey bees left in the wild to pollinate all of our crops, so commercial beekeepers now commonly move their bee . . .
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Collections

The Museum's research collections and archives document all aspects of farming and ranching in New Mexico.
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Support

Help preserve New Mexico's unique agricultural heritage by supporting educational programs and exhibitions at the Museum.
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Guided Tours

Guided tours are a fun and exciting way to see the museum and learn about our collections and current exhibitions.
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Facility Rentals

The museum, with its beautiful view of the Organ Mountains, offers several venues for small meetings or large banquets.
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