Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture

Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture, Cedar Crest: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture Reviews: 3.5/5

Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture

Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture
3.5

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Eric B
Salcha, AK3,301 contributions
Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture is Closed due to Non-Profit Funding
Apr 2018 • Couples
We seen the Museum and Campground sign off the road and decided to visit the Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture. The property is primarily a campground, but has a museum withing the check-in office. We walked in and seen a man walk out of the museum and a woman behind the desk. They seem surprised to see we were here only for the museum. The little items in the office were enticing to want to see more. The man who seems to be the owner mentioned the funding dried up and they closed. In my opinion, if someone comes in, and want to visit , and you are present, collect the admission fee and let the visitor see the museum. There were, what looked like mammoth teeth on display at the entrance. I would have loved to play a little bit more than the admission just to see the museum. I would hope campground visitors should have access just for staying at the campground.
Written April 27, 2018
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Mark S
Cedar Crest, NM55 contributions
An education of the indigenous indian people
Jun 2014 • Couples
Creative displays and a fascinating collection of artifacts and archeology. If you can get one of the owners to walk through with you, you will learn much.
Written July 17, 2014
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TedC1
Los Lunas, NM15 contributions
Nice displays
Apr 2012 • Solo
Nice artifacts, curator is very knowledgeable. The even have a set of teeth from a young Mamoth. Always enjoyed being there. The best part is the campground. Very clean, good restrooms and hot showers.
Written November 5, 2012
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conchasdiver
Cedar Crest, NM105 contributions
off-the-road museum
Aug 2012 • Solo
Very interesting local museum on 'scenic route 14' between Albuquerque & Santa Fe. Sandia Man Cave in the nearby Sandia Mountains was researched by the museum administrator.
Written September 26, 2012
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