A Visit To This Wacky Museum In New Mexico Is One You’ll Never Forget

New Mexico is filled with stunning views and tasty food but did you know it’s also home to some pretty wacky places as well? Whether you’re looking for evidence of aliens, strange-looking homes, or strange collections, you’re sure to some weird sights all around. Today, we’re going to check out one museum near Albuquerque that manages to balance strange and charming for a unique experience. Let’s take a look!

Tinkertown Museum is located at 121 Sandia Crest Road in Sandia Park, about 30 minutes from Albuquerque via the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway. The museum is open daily from March 23 to November 1. You can find details about admission, hours, and more by visiting their website or Facebook page.

Looking for more oddities to visit in New Mexico? Read about some of our favorite places in These 9 Weird Places In New Mexico Are As Strange As It Gets.