The Aztec Museum & Pioneer Village features 15 structures with thousands of artifacts related to San Juan County’s past, from beautiful Navajo rugs to extensive collections of early Oil & Gas and Farming & Ranching Equipment.
- The 1880 Hamblet Cabin--made notorious by the Christmas Eve shooting that is said to have helped to spark the Stockton-Eskridge Gang!
- The Diebold safe from Telluride that is ‘alleged’ to be Butch Cassidy’s first bank robbery in June 1889 when he was still known as Robert Leroy Parker!
- Ring the bell outside the One-Room School House and write on vintage slates!
- Check out the on-going restoration work on our replica D&RG caboose!
- Mid-Century clothing and hats exhibit in the main building, Aztec’s 1940s City Hall!
A free stamping craft activity will be available for kids. Enjoy special off-season Spring Break hours! Located at 125 N. Main Avenue in Aztec. Open 3/14-3/25, Tues-Sat 10am-4pm; Admission $5 adults, $3 youth; under 5 free. Purchase the $1 Historic Aztec Self-Guided Waking & Biking Tour booklet and extend your Aztec adventures!
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