The Exhibit Hall at the Mesalands Community College’s Dinosaur Museum houses a host of replicated and original fossils from tiny footprint casts to the 40′ long skeleton Torvosaurus, a rare carnivore relative of Tyrannosaurus rex which hails from the Jurassic period.
The Museum’s focus is on the Mesozoic period, which is also known as ‘The Age of Dinosaurs.’ The Mesozoic is comprised of the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
New Mexico Route 66 Museum is a unique experience, and a look into the Land of Enchantment's Route 66 heritage. From Glenrio to Gallup, the Ozark Trails system to today's Historic Route 66 and everything in between. "Be Enchanted" and explore our state's 604 miles of original Route 66.
Collections located on three floors of the 1903 schoolhouse, containing a wide variety of artifacts and memorabilia from the surrounding area. Various rooms are based on themes with thousands of items on display. There are five indoor and outdoor exhibits, located on our native landscaped grounds.
We invite you to visit the exhibits in the restored Union Station depot originally built in 1926. Explore the many historical aspects of the railroad industry in Eastern New Mexico from the 19th Century to the present day.