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White Sands Missile Range Museum

Atomic. Missile. Space.
Birthplace of American Ages.

NOTICE: Current as of September 2022. The WSMR Museum will be closed to all visitors while we prepare for the installation of a new permanent exhibit. We expect to reopen in Fall 2022. Military, government, and other organizations can still submit a Tour and Special Event Request Form. Changes to our access policy will be announced on our Facebook page, this website, and through the WSMR Public Affairs Office.

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We’ll be doing a short piece on Ft. Stanton soon, as its history spans quite a lot of time and touches the museum’s storyline in several ways.Tonight’s photo of Fort Stanton was taken circa 1942 and shows the German internment camp at night from watchtower no. 1. This watchtower was located next to the guardhouse building which is still located at the Fort today. The guardhouse is the small H-shaped building that is the first building you come across while on the current hiking trail of the camp, and the building is now a burned-out shell. The large gymnasium building, also still at the Fort, later would be built in the garden area located in the foreground of this photo. #newmexiconomad #newmexico #newmexicomagazine #nmtrue #travelnewmexico #igersnm #newmexicotrue #newmexicolove #explorepage #fortstanton #history #nmgrammers #discoverruidoso #adventure #nmnomad See MoreSee Less
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