What’s inside the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico? There have been so many things written and spoken about the 1947 spaceship crash in Roswell, and still many people are asking the same questions over and over again — “Did the aliens really land in Roswell?” “Are these UFO sightings real?”

When you visit International UFO Museum and Research Center, your questions will be answered. The Center has people who have been studying this out-of-this-world stuff for years. When I was there, there were even book authors and guest speakers answering questions about UFO phenomenons from visitors.
Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Don’t expect too much.

The majority of the items in the museum are video and newspaper clippings. So you will be spending your time mostly reading texts on the wall and watching videos.
Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Was there a cover-up?

While there were documents of sworn-statements by eye-witnesses, the government claimed it was a weather balloon.
Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Best place for photo-ops.

Take as much time as you want to take photos of the aliens.
Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

No need of convincing.

The museum isn’t there to convince you. A hardcore UFO believer or a pure skeptic, the Center tells both sides of the story.
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Small museum and entertaining.

You can see everything in less than an hour. I was told by the one of the staff that it will take a minimum of 2 hours to read all the documents.

Alien Museum Roswell New Mexico

Did the aliens really land in Roswell? Are these UFO sightings real? I definitely recommend this place if you are interested in knowing more about the Roswell incident that happened in 1947.

International UFO Museum and Research Center
Address: 114 North Main Street, Roswell, NM 88203
Phone Number: 505-625-9495
Admission Fee: $5
Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. Closed at noon the day before these holidays.

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