New Mexico History Museum
The New Mexico History Museum features 3.5 floors of exhibitions telling the stories that made the American West, from the early lives of Native peoples to Spanish colonists, the Mexican era, Santa Fe Trail merchants, the railroad, cowboys, outlaws, scientists, and hippies. Artifacts, films, and computer interactives make history come alive in the state’s newest museum.
Now part of the History Museum, the Palace of the Governors is the nation’s oldest continuously occupied public building and the state’s oldest museum, with exhibits that include a collection of santos and the famed Segesser Hides.
Join your colleagues after the final session for a special dinner and celebration of this years' awardees.
At the annual awards banquet as we recognize and honor this years’ awardees:
The awards presentations will be followed by a formal acknowledgement of the meeting sponsors and tribute to the organizers. Photographs of attendees will be taken during the dinner, followed by dancing. Guests and spouses/partners must purchase a ticket to attend.
Tickets: $TBA, includes admission to New Mexico History Museum, awards ceremony, dinner, entertainment.
Pre-sale tickets only. No onsite ticket sales!