Paying $6 to enter this museum is not bad at all. The Geronimo Springs Museum in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico is small but alluring. Inside the museum building are small rooms that showcase various interesting exhibits.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

There’s the Apache history room that has a life-size wax statue of Geronimo.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

Ralph Edwards Room explains the town’s name change in 1950 from “Hot Springs” to “Truth or Consequences”.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

A room for stone tools, arrowheads, and pottery.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

A prehistoric Woolly Mammoth fossil.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

A room about ranching.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

 Geronimo Springs Museum

This is the most interesting room — an old Hardcastle Cabin was moved from the Black Range Mountains to this new location in the museum.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

 Geronimo Springs Museum

Displayed outside are farming equipment.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

The Windmill Patio.
 Geronimo Springs Museum

This museum is one of the nicest small museums that is located in a small town.

Address and contact.

Address: 211 Main St, Truth or Consequences, NM
Phone Number: 505-894-6600

Admission fee.

Adults: $6
AAA, AARP, Senior Citizens & Military: $5
Family Rate (3 or more): $15
Students age 6-18: $3
Kids under 6: Free

Hours.

Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm; Sunday noon-5pm. The museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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