New Mexico Museum of Space History

Description

Moon rocks, missiles, rockets, and cinematic “tours” of the night sky are all part of this ultramodern hillside complex, which includes the indoor International Space Hall of Fame and New Horizons Dome Theater & Planetarium and the outdoor John P. Strapp Air & Space Park, Daisy Decelerator Track, and Astronaut Memorial Garden. Numerous interactive multimedia exhibits celebrate human achievement in space technology and space travel.

Address

3198 State Route 2001
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310

Lat/Long

32.91977500, -105.92484000

Open Hours

Museum: Mon, Wed.–Sat. 10–5; Sun. noon–5.
Visit Website
(575) 437-2840

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