Experience History. Change the World.
New to the community? Take our tour and learn about your new home. Tell the docent you're new to the community and enjoy the daily walking tour for only $5 per adult.
Guided Walking Tours
Step inside the homestead-era Romero Cabin, visit an Ancestral Pueblo site, hear about the giants of 20th century physics who walked these streets, and learn how Bathtub Row got its name.
Tickets include museum admission and are available
at the Los Alamos History Museum Shop.
Tickets are sold until tours are filled, at sixteen visitors.
Tours last approximately an hour and a half.
Monday through Friday at 11 a.m.
Ages 19 and over—$15
Ages 18 and under—FREE with a ticketed adult
Group Tours / Private Tours
Specially scheduled group tours of the historic district are available. Private tours for groups of us to 8 people are $25 per person. Tours for groups of 9 or more people are $15 per person. Visitors 18 and under are free with a ticketed adult. Tour tickets include museum admission.
Please visit Information for Educators for information on school group tours and field trips.
Please book your visit at least two weeks in advance of your visit. To schedule a tour, please contact the Museum Educator at 505-695-5251 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self-Guided Walking Tour Map
Homestead Driving Tour
Try to imagine Los Alamos without its neighborhoods, shops, parks, and national laboratory. Imagine yourself back in a time of isolated log buildings, fields planted with pinto beans, families tending and protecting the crops, wagons laden with produce for the autumn trip to the valley before the winter sets in—everyday life for the homesteaders who lived here before the dawn of the nuclear age that brought Los Alamos to international attention.
This tour will introduce you to seven sites that indicate where seventeen of the homestead families established their farms.
This tour is a collaborative project with Los Alamos County, the Historic Preservation Advisory Board, and the Los Alamos Historical Society.
Click the link below to download a pdf of the driving tour brochure.