The mission of the Imogen F. Wilson Education Foundation at the Mimbres Culture Heritage Site is to protect and preserve the prehistoric and historic features of the site, and to provide visitors with educational opportunities to increase their understanding of the history of the land use in the Mimbres Valley by experiencing the Mattocks Ruin, the Wood and Gooch houses, and the land itself.
Beginning our 3rd year, an important goal is to keep our site open for education.
PO Box 307
Mimbres, NM 88049
First Saturday of each month: 1 PM, walking tour of the site.
May 12: Mother's Day Celebration - tours, book sale, music 10AM - 3PM
June: UNLV Field School and local students participate in the Mimbres Culture Heritage Site Experiential Preservation activities
July 28-29, 2018: Annual Hummingbird Festival at the Museum site. 8 AM - 3PM. Vendors, hummingbird banding, speakers, gift shop and museum open to public, music, face painting by Curl Up and Dye volunteers, food, ice cream sales and tours
October 13, Open House and Gooch Murder Re-enactment, tours, gift shop and museum open to the public