Description

This Califoria Mission Revival building is one of the last standing Harvey Houses in NM. Built in 1910 by the AT&SF Railroad, 90% of the structure is original including copper-channeled rolled-glass windows and a brick exterior covered in pebbled dash.  Our tour includes the main museum, upstairs bedrooms, and a short video. After the tour, you might choose to visit the BUGG Lights Museum down the street. Note: The Harvey House museum is not fully handicapped accessible. Limited enrollment.

Museum coordinator Frances Zeller attended Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. She also lived in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and Savannah, GA, where she worked as a professional tour guide and developed a passion for history and architecture.