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Nestled in the northeast corner of New Mexico, the Herzstein Memorial Museum is a MUST SEE non-profit museum filled with many artifacts from the early 1900's.
Originally built in 1919 as a Methodist Episcopal Church, the building features the beautiful original stained glass windows, wood floor and kitchen. Exhibits contain artifacts from the dust bowl era, Santa Fe Trail, and so much more.