Red Rock Museum

Several archeological sites here record the presence of the Ancestral Puebloans, a prehistoric farming culture that developed and thrived in the area from 300 to 1200 CE.  From 1700 to the present, members of the Navajo tribe have sparsely inhabited the region.

Through interpretive exhibits, the Red Rock Museum chronicles the lives and culture of the Ancestral Puebloans as well as the present-day Zuni, Hopi and Navajo.

The Museum houses permanent displays of Kachinas, pottery, rugs, silver, and turquoise as well as traveling art exhibits.  Museum hours are 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday and by appointment

Directions to the Museum: Directions
From I-40 East: Take exit 33 and proceed west on the frontage road for 4.5 miles. Follow signs into Red Rock Park. The museum is located west of the Convention Center main doors next to the office.
From I-40 West: Take exit 26 and proceed east on NM 118 for 2 miles. Follow signs into Red Rock Park. The museum is located west of the Convention Center main doors next to the office.

If you use a GPS you can put in the address: 825 Outlaw Road, but once in the park follow the left road at the fork, not the right. 825 Outlaw is located inside the Campground area, and the museum is the other road.