NM Farm and Ranch Museum

The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Museum consists of more than 600,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor exhibit space on a 47-acre site. The museum features rotating exhibits in the Bruce King building, a history of the dairy industry in the Dairy Barn, and a history of cowboy life in both the Sheep and Goat Barn and the Beef Barn. Outdoors, the museum’s grounds house an antique equipment park, gardens, orchards, and a “Water Place” sculpture.

Las Cruces, NM

70,000 sf

New Mexico Farm and Ranch History Museum