Some decent items out in the garden but a little lacking inside especially for price. Some stuff under construction and some really good views but not impressed.
The museum is well laid out and features very interesting exhibits that trace the history of space exploration and rockets. My wife and I visited the museum on the Thanksgiving weekend and, thoroughly enjoyed it. The exhibits are well laid out and very interesting. One of the really interesting things are the photos and stories of people who have contributed... More
The museum was great the exhibits where up to date and informative. Most of the exhibits are rockets that flew at white sands, some are the space program. The building was well lay out and clean you start at the top the fourth floor and walk your way down ramps to get to the next floor as you walk down... More
The museum has many artifacts, rockets and other space related memorabilia and is a must for anyone with an interest in aerospace and rocketry. The museum and exhibits are smaller and more rudimentary than those you would find in a larger establishment in a major city or at Cape Canaveral but it is all very informative and worthwhile none the... More
I travelled from El Paso with my three kids (ages 10, 8, and 6) along with two other homeschool families with elementary age students. It is about an hour and a half each way from El Paso. And I think we did the IMAX and museum in about three plus hours. So equal time traveling and sight seeing. Thankfully the... More
We've actually been to this museum twice. The first time it seemed to have more on exhibit. It is very interesting, and they do have quite the collection both inside and outside the museum. Both times we were there, there were older gentlemen available to answer questions and tell stories. The first chimp in space is buried near the flagpoles.
We went here because we were in Alamogordo for the day and all the National Monuments are closed due to shutdown. We would not have come here otherwise. But we would have missed out. This is very well done. It is a little neglected looking, but the information and things to do here are very good. And being that a... More
The building is great and all the displays outside are cool. Inside its a little disappointing because it looks a bit neglected. Dusty and outdated. But they had me at the elevator ride. Pay attention to the exaggerated space sounds the doors make. Classic. The displays are definitely interesting and the have a cool landing simulator with personality. The hall... More
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