New Mexico True TV Feature
The museum hosted New Mexico True Television for a feature story about the Museum and Pionner Village. Watch now

'Pecos West' Cyclorama Arrives in the Four Corners
Visitors to the Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village will have the opportunity to see history represented in a panoramic setting. Read the Farmington Daily Times article (PDF) about the opening of the exhibit.

The Aztec Museum Turns 50
This year marks the golden anniversary of the Aztec Museum.  The first fifty years were not without their challenges and detours along the way, but looking back we can see that our home town museum has come a very long way and is a major asset to our community. Learn More



Pioneer Village Flood Fund
The Aztec Museum needs your help in restoring Pioneer Village and historic outdoor exhibits damaged by severe flooding during heavy rains on September 10th and 12th, 2013. Learn More

Aztec Museum Has Last Public Phone Booth
It may be safe to say that Aztec Museum has San Juan County’s last public phone booth, because the museum is a public place.
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Historic Movie Projector at Aztec Museum
When "The End" came on the screen as the last movie played at the Aztec Theater in the 1970s, it was not the end for one of the theater’s two projectors. Read More

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