Experience all the Museum has to offer and much, much more. Join us at one the many exciting events held at the Museum throughout the year.
At every large event at the Museum, you will encounter characters from history or have the opportunity to imagine time traveling to the past. Living history is an important part of Museum events and programs.
Cowboy Days (March)
Cowboy Days is the Museum’s annual tribute to New Mexico’s ranching traditions. Each year, living history is a big part of the event.
Blessing of the Fields (May)
Celebrate New Mexico’s rich traditions by joining the Museum’s procession to bless the fields or enjoying one of the many activities that take place on this day.
Ice Cream Sunday (July)
Enjoy the fun of summertime by making your own tin can ice cream, competing in an ice cream sandwich eating contest or or play old-fashioned games.
Summertime on the Farm (July)
Home Grown (November)
Attendees can expect about 60 vendors, the majority representing a variety of food and beverage companies from around the state, many of which are New Mexico —Taste the Tradition® and Grown with Tradition® members. Each booth will offer locally produced products, such as salsas, nuts, candy, and wine for attendees to sample and purchase. The show also features handmade art and crafts made from agricultural resources.
Experience a fun, festive winter evening at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. Families can take trolley rides across the bridge and around the lighted, 47-acre campus, take part in fun activities, watch the children ride the ponies, tour the exhibits and galleries, and enjoy hot chocolate, s’mores, and even ice cream. Some of the activities include making marshmallow snowmen and Christmas tree ornaments.