We saw this museum on the corner of 10th Street while driving through Alamogordo on our way to our RV park. We hadn’t noticed it the last couple of times we’ve been through Alamogordo and since we had some time after having lunch we visited it.
Although small, it was reasonably well organized, mostly chronologically but also by subject.
We’ve been to a number of small history museums around the USA and this one was better than average. My quibble with it, such as it is, is that a number of the exhibits were of local people who had some notoriety or effect on the history of the region, but who are otherwise unknown and probably of little interest to visitors from outside the area. Since it is a local history museum this makes sense but even so a bit better attention could have been paid to labeling some of the exhibits and putting them into better context. We did however, enjoy our visit.
We give the museum an A- for accessibility. The front door was slightly difficult to get through but there was good handicap parking, an easy ramp and the museum itself was eminently handicap accessible. Susan was able to visit and see all of the exhibits from her wheelchair.