It’s a fascinating museum full of unbiased history of how the Spanish Explorers came to what became New Mexico and the history of the Pueblo Indians and how they were treated over the last few hundred years. We had an excellent tour guide who both enlightened and educated us with her new found knowledge of New Mexico. By the time we left the museum I was stunned by how our country had treated the Spanish Indians who lived here for centuries! There are also other very interesting exhibits including one on the development of the atomic bomb and the scientists who worked on it during WW2.
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