Housed in what was built pre-1893 as the Ocean Grove Hotel, the Black Range Museum tells the story of Hillsboro, the former County Seat of Sierra County, and its famous (and infamous) residents.
The Geronimo Springs Museum constructs a comprehensive history of the county and its inhabitants.
The Hamilton Museum contains displays ranging from a military button collection to Buffalo Soldier memorabilia with a focus on local heroes.
The Kingston Schoolhouse was built in 1890. It functioned as a one-room schoolhouse until about 1935.
The old Percha Bank is the only fully intact building left from Kingston’s wild mining days.
The Pioneer Store was built in 1880 during Chloride’s short-lived silver boom and contains many items original to the town.
Located next to the Military Museum and the State Veterans Home, the park contains a replica of the Vietnam War Memorial and tributes to all Veterans.
Thanks for your interest in Sierra County, home to some of the most unique and interesting museums in New Mexico!