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Deming Luna Mimbres Museum and Custom House

Deming Luna Mimbres Museum and Custom House
301 South Silver Avenue

About the Museum

Completed two months after the famous Pancho Villa Raid (March 9, 1916) at Columbus, the Armory later served both as a community social center and a USO activity center.
When the new armory was finished, the Luna County Historical Society purchased this building in 1977 for use as a museum.

You will enjoy many fine exhibits... Too numerous to picture here. Walk down the streets of pioneer Deming; admire the charming ladies' styles of early 1900s. Visit the Quilt - Lace room. Two thousand bells and hundreds of whiskey bottles, portraying every real and fictional character you can name, will hold your attention.

There is no admission charge, but contributions are much appreciated.

Wheelchair access and a motorized chair lift are available.

Visit our museum store while at the museum for mementos and informational material about the Mimbres Indians and other Southwest topics.

Deming Luna Mimbres Museum and Custom House is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media


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