International UFO Museum & Research Center
Historical Center for Southeast New Mexico
Housed in the 1912 mansion of local rancher James Phelps White, this property is on the National Register of Historic Places, and its...
Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Wintering water birds gather at this 38-sq-mile refuge, 10 miles northeast of Roswell; many birds remain to nest in the summer. Bring...
Roswell Museum & Art Center
Roswell's excellent museum deserves a visit. Seventeen galleries showcase Southwestern artists including Georgia O'Keeffe, Peter Hurd...
Pecos Flavors Winery
Take a break from the downtown heat with a glass of wine and a cheese plate inside the cool confines of Pecos Flavors Winery ....
Martin's Capitol Cafe
Roswell holds a fine crop of inexpensive New Mexican restaurants; this one is homestyle and dependable, with all the variations on green...
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International UFO Museum & Research Center information
There’s a lot of reading to be done here; display panels are covered with witness statements, newspaper cuttings and extended essays, outlining the 1947 Roswell Incident Timeline and explaining the 'great cover-up.' Serious UFO-logists will lap it up; for skeptics and the merely curious, homemade models and gruesome mock-ups provide light relief. The library claims to have the world’s most comprehensive collection of UFO-related materials; who are we to doubt them?