Visitors entering the Heritage Gallery will be introduced to the early agricultural period in what is now New Mexico, beginning about 4,000 years ago. This section includes a large mural depicting the beginnings of agriculture in this area, as well as a replica of a Mogollon pit house, ancient tools, a corn grinding interactive and more.
ADMISSION: $5 Adults $4 Senior citizens (60 and over) $3 Children (4 to 17) $2 Active U.S. military & veterans Free Children 3 and under, Museum Friends members, and New Mexico senior citizens on Wednesdays
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum connects the present generation to the history of farming and ranching in New Mexico, inspiring a deeper appreciation and understanding of the state’s rich heritage.
The museum accomplishes this by providing exhibitions and programs that enable its users to understand and learn from the past in ways that enrich their present lives and help them shape a better future.