Welcome to the Geronimo Springs Museum

The Geronimo Springs Museum has for over forty years been a repository of local history, displays, and educational information. A showcase for Sierra County and the area, this entity strives to make available permanent and rotating displays which enhance a visit to the Southwest, as well as encouraging other ventures while here: hot baths, ghost towns, the lakes, Art Hop, scenic drives, galleries, rodeos, and so much more. An average of 1,000 people a month from every state, as well as many other countries, arrive to enjoy our community.

Geronimo Springs Museum

Geronimo Springs Museum

Prehistoric
Fossils

locally-found fossils of prehistoric mammals are on display at the Geronimo Springs Museum

Prehistoric
Fossils

The museum's Woolly Mammoth and Stegomastodon skulls were both found locally.

Arrowhead
Displays

arrowheads on display at the Geronimo Springs Museum

Arrowhead
Displays

The museum is home to an impressive collection of stone tools and arrowheads.

Apache
History

Geronimo and other Apaches are honored in displays at the Geronimo Springs Museum

Apache
History

Native Americans such as Geronimo, Victorio and Lozen are part of the Apache Heritage room.

Pottery
Collection

world-class potter collection at the Geronimo Springs Museum

Pottery
Collection

A world-class pottery display includes Mimbres, Tularosa and Mogollon pieces.

Ralph Edwards
Room

a room at the Geronimo Springs Museum is devoted to game show host Ralph Edwards

Ralph Edwards
Room

The Ralph Edwards Room honors the man responsible for Hot Springs New Mexico's name change.

Hardcastle
Cabin

the Hardcastle Cabin at the Geronimo Springs Museum

Hardcastle
Cabin

The Hardcastle Cabin was moved from the Black Range Mountains. Inside are items from the 1930s & '40s.