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Tmr R wrote a review Jan 13
Lots to see, almost too much information. Lots of cool exhibits and local art work. Photos allowed and an excellent rates. Gift shop on location as well.
Date of experience: January 2021
boxerone wrote a review Jan 2
Austin, Texas520 contributions48 helpful votes
I love anything odd and unusual and there is tons of that in Roswell. I was warmly greeted on arrival and they were counting how many came in. I was given a first responders discount which was nice. I loved walking around looking at everything and browsing their cute shop. Lots of history to read and first hand accounts. I found it fascinating. I spent the summer going to Mom and Pop hotels, restaurants and attractions because they need the money and I was happy to give it.…
Date of experience: October 2020
Charlotte W wrote a review Dec 2020
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas216 contributions117 helpful votes
Lots of reading. Really just a, hey were in roswell anyway.....kind of a thing. I mean can you really come to roswell and NOT see IT? We had 6 people for $21 so it is really cheap, just go. They have TONS of souvenirs and I do mean tons....
Date of experience: December 2020
1 Helpful vote
Jessica Myler wrote a review Dec 2020
Salt Lake City, Utah2 contributions
Loved this museum! Great displays & very interactive. We were introduced to some new favorite movies & books because of our visit. Great photos ops & definitely immerses you in the magical culture of Roswell.
Date of experience: March 2020
Bao H wrote a review Nov 2020
Phoenix, Arizona390 contributions32 helpful votes
I would say it's nothing new or different from what you'd watch if you were a fan of Unsolved Mysteries. I used to be a big conspiracy fan of UFOs, but as I aged I grew out of it. As a child I would have loved it, but man has that passed. I would say this museum is more interesting than what I saw around town. You can finish the entire museum in about an hour or less.…
Date of experience: November 2020
1 Helpful vote