Area Geology- How and why the Jemez Volcano erupted 1.4 million years ago
Anthropology - 700 years of human habitation: grind corn as the Indians have done for centuries and experience the pristine wilderness where elk and turkeys roamed
Homestead - Learn about early settlers and dryland farming on the Pajarito Plateau. During select days in the summer, visit the homestead-era Romero Cabin, next to the Historical Museum.
Ranch School- An elite boys school founded by Ashley Pond in 1917
Manhattan Project - Enter the actual gate of the project's Santa Fe headquarters when Los Alamos was known as the Manhattan Project. Walk through "Life in the Secret City."
Our Museum Shop features a wide variety of books and gift items.
Get your copy of the Historic District Walking Tour Guide (.pdf).
ALSO AVAILABLE: The Los Alamos Historical Museum Outreach
Program - Suitcase History Kit
A visiting docent will bring artifacts, photos, models, lesson plans, and age appropriate games to your classroom or organization. An online teachers' guide is available here.