Discover the cradle of America’s Space Program.
Space History of New Mexico Tour
Your journey departs from Las Cruces, for a quick stop in Organ at the Space Murals Museum, a collection of NASA knick-knacks and orphaned artifacts items that other institutions didn’t much care about or donated by space enthusiasts and by astronauts who befriended the museum’s owner. Your tour’s next stop takes you to White Sands Missile Range Museum & Missile Park. The facilities focus on the origin of the U.S. missile and space programs, and the beginning of the nuclear age. The Missile Park features weapons that won the Cold War and Operation Desert Storm. Then you will travel to Alamogordo for your New Mexico Museum of Space tour. A tour of the New Mexico Museum of Space History is a trip into the origins of our nation’s space exploration program. Discover the cradle of America’s Space Program.This museum and planetarium complex, dedicated to artifacts and displays related to space flight and the space age. Next we’ll visit The International Space Hall of Fame which was established in 1976 to recognize the imagination, efforts, and achievements of those who have endeavored to advance man’s knowledge of the universe, and his ability to explore space. If you are a space enthusiast, then this is the tour for you!