If you make a visit to the Museum without any or limited knowledge of the history and culture of the region, the Millicent Rogers Museum provides an access to the richness that is so often associated with the people who have lived here for generations, a richness that reflects people and life experiences unlike any other.
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The unique Native American Collection at the Millicent Rogers Museum gives a comprehensive overview to the Native American cultures of the Southwest.
The Spanish Colonial furniture, tinwork, Rio Grande blankets, and Colchas represent the resourcefulness and endurance of Hispanic settlers.
The Millicent Rogers Museum has the distinction of owning an extraordinary collection of pottery by Maria and Julian Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo.
This collection includes contemporary arts and designs from all cultures in northern New Mexico.
Featuring nearly 1,000 pieces of stunning Native American jewelry largely collected by Millicent Rogers.
Our patrons continue to gift objects that fill the gaps and show the evolution of the arts in the cultures of the southwest.