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- Great museum. They have changed hours from 10 AM to 2PM. There are a variety of local things as well as what appear to be peoples personal collections.Written 15 January 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We found out about this Ghost Town through Harvest Host Camping program. We got a tour of the Town and spent the night in our RV in their parking lot. It’s a very informative tour by the owner telling you if it’s long history. Oldest building still standing today was built in 1854 ! We you first drive in it don’t seem like much but each building had its own really interesting history. They still have a lot of artifacts of all kinds on display and out in the buildings. It’s about a 1/4 mile decent graded dirt/gravel road off the pavement but easily accessible for RV’s of all sizes. Really long RV’s might have to un hook your Tow vehicle to get turned around depending on other RV’s there possibly. Only a couple miles south of the 10 and definitely if you like Ghost Towns /Old History you need check it out. It was $10 a person for about a 1 1/2 guided tour.Written 18 March 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Dedicated by town to all vets. It has potable water, several covered tables with grills. Able to accommodate RV rigs of all sizes. Typical desert environment. Minimal litter. Free.Written 6 January 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- For something to do to break up a long drive across New Mexico, on Route 10, this is a nice "Trading Post" with clean bathrooms, friendly staff, nice turquoise jewelry, and more interesting stuff than you can imagine. Fun place to stopWritten 3 February 2018
- Verla's Western Wear is also Border Rock Shop--two stores in one--and it's full of great clothes, unusual gifts and beauteous rocks. The rocks range from rough by-the-pound chunks in labeled bins in the yard out back to rows of shelves of polished crystal and mineral specimens inside, tiny to tall.
Besides all this, in the glass cases at the counter she sells wondrous jewelry for all price ranges. Yes, for sure, in my book, this store with two official names is indeed a Lordsburg NM must-visit attraction.
Also, I knew this was an amazing place right away when I noticed in the parking lot an old-fashioned stone grinding wheel that could fit-in just as well in this town's museum--fascinating!Written 21 March 2018
- Want a Billy the Kid cookbook? How about specialty foods, clothing, jewelry, Indian goods and artifacts and blankets for less than $8? This is the place-right off the interstate with lots of souvenirs, friendly people and a gun and pyrotechnics shop next door. My wife had a blast here and we ended up going twice.Written 22 November 2015