Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village

The Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village was established in 1974 to preserve stories from Aztec, a town founded in 1887, and the surrounding area. The main museum once served as the Aztec City Hall and Fire Station. After you go downstairs in the main building, you will step out into the Pioneer Village – a collection of 12 buildings, some of which were moved to the site. The buildings include an old jail, a print shop, a church, a log cabin, a blacksmith’s shop, a bank and a post office. Continue reading

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