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Classical Gas Museum, Embudo

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#112 of 174 in Museums in New Mexico
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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  • Loved this place- and the owner, Johnny M. He’s collected, refurbished and artfully arranged every possible gas station artifact you can imagine. We called ahead to ask if he’d open up the place...  more »
  • It might not look like a place to stop, but it DEFINITELY IS if you are old enough to remember hand-cranked gas pumps. The owner/operator, while he looks a little "rustic", is actually a retired Los....  more »
  • We stopped here on our way to Toas. What a blast to see all the classical gas stations items. There is no charge but leave a donation for the poor. Enjoy stepping back in time. The owner was there to....  more »
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  • Neat collection, displays are very tidy so its easy to see everythig. friendly owner. Definitely worth the stop.
  • Such a neat little find. It was empty when we got there but the guy that runs the museum is super friendly and came up to us to greet us and show us around. I think I almost cried when he turned on the lights inside and the music started playing. Really takes you back in time, loved it.
  • A really great stop... A lot of old artifacts as well as some restored items for sale. This collection has taken the owner over 30 years to put together. There is parking but lot is small.
  • Quirky collection of old gas pumps, signs and other old car stuff.....How often do you see a museum of such things? And, it's where one might least expect it.....on the "low road" between Santa Fe and Taos, suddenly pops out on a road that otherwise winds thru mountains and trees.
  • If you’re traveling 285 from Santa Fe to Colorado... stop here. It’s right off the road. Super cool rare collection that takes you back in time. 20 minutes well spent. The owner is super kind and funny. It’s not every day you see product 50-60 years old.

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