New Mexico CulturePass

Fact Sheet

New Mexico enjoys the largest family of state-run museums and historic monuments in the nation. The CulturePass brings the diversity of these museums together into one product for convenience and savings to both New Mexico residents and visitors. In a single day, the pass offers the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Billy the Kid in the town of Lincoln and then delve into the mysteries of space exploration in Alamogordo. In Albuquerque, colorful Hispanic lifeways are celebrated just blocks from an entertaining, high-tech museum dedicated to natural history and science. In Santa Fe, the oldest, continually occupied public building in the United States welcomes history lovers just down the hill from the world’s largest collection of international folk art.

About New Mexico Tourism Department

The mission of the Tourism Department is to market New Mexico as an enchanting destination to the world. The New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD) attempts to create, promote, and develop economic benefit to the state through a strong visitor industry that will benefit New Mexico economically, environmentally and culturally.

About New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

The Department of Cultural Affairs is New Mexico’s cultural steward – charged with preserving and showcasing the state’s cultural riches. With its eight museums, six historic monuments, arts, archaeology, historic preservation and library programs, New Mexico Cultural Affairs is among the largest and most ambitious state cultural agencies in the nation. Together, the facilities, programs and services of the department help support a $2.8 billion cultural industry in New Mexico.

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