Museums in Truth or Consequences, Hillsboro, Kingston and Chloride
Housed in what was built pre-1893 as the Ocean Grove Hotel, the Black Range Museum tells the story of Hillsboro and its famous (and infamous) residents.
The Geronimo Springs Museum constructs a comprehensive history of the county and its inhabitants.
The Hamilton Museum contains displays ranging from a military button collection to Buffalo Soldier memorabilia with a focus on local heroes.
The Pioneer Store was built in 1880 during Chloride’s short-lived silver boom and contains many items original to the town.
Located next to the Hamilton Military Museum, the park is home to a half-size granite replica of the Vietnam War Memorial. The Museum and the Walk of Education honor all military service members.