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Madrid Old Coal Town Museum2846 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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(505) 438-3780 / 473-0743
Madrid Old Coal Town Museum on the Turquoise Trail. " What does Walt Disney, Trans World Airlines, Thomas Edison, David Bowie, Wild Hogs, the Chicago White Sox, the Manhattan Project and a Ghost Town all have in common?" Madrid, of course! Madrid Old Coal Town Museum has been an important attraction for over 50 years, now it is reopened with new exhibits and stories that brings its coal-mining town history to life. $5/$3 Kids & Seniors 10-5pm (summer hours).
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