Bosque Redondo Memorial, Fort Sumner
The Friends of the Bosque is a non-profit organization created to build and maintain the Memorial and its outreach programs. We depend on the general public for continued support. Our programs communicate and preserve the history at Fort Sumner and the Bosque Redondo Memorial through education, outreach, reinactment ceremonies, and nature conservancy. Please join us today in preserving the memory of Bosque Redondo, remembering its past... and celebrating its future.By using our Fort Sumner trip maker website , you can arrange your visit to Bosque Redondo Memorial and other attractions in Fort Sumner.
Yearly Membership includes free admission to Fort Sumner State Monument and the Bosque Redondo quarterly newsletter. Corporate Membership also includes a poster, cap, and one-time use of the Bosque Redondo Monument facility for an evening event.
Please visit the online gift store for Membership levels and to become a Friend of the Bosque today. You will receive updated information on all our programs and activities as well as having a part in the creation of phases of the Memorial, a unique interactive exhibit that places the visitor in the midst of the Bosque Redondo experience. Visit http://www.bosqueredondomemorial.com/phaseIII.htm for photos.
If you are already a Friend of the Bosque, your continued support is greatly appreciated. You may make a Donation by visiting The Gift Store.
Bosque Redondo Memorial Reviews
The title says it all. It's nicely thought out and laid out. It walks the visitor through the history of the site. It's a small museum and includes a 30 minute video. There is also a self-guided audio... more »
I stopped by the Bosque Redondo Memorial on the spur of the moment after seeing a sign and talking to a gentleman at the Billy the Kid Museum. I had little or no knowledge of the history of the Bosque... more »
This is an awesome learning experience. The staff is so nice and they went out of their way to make us copies of historical findings.
If you’re passing through - definitely stop. The ranger on duty had so many stories - was so knowledgeable. I learned so much. The museum was gorgeous and thoughtfully done. Very sad and very significant history. Plus - see where Billy the Kid was shot - and where he was buried. Very, very interesting.
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