Currently on Exhibit

Life in a Dugout
Hunting Buffalo and Herding Cattle

Imagine living in a dugout under the West Texas Sky without heating or cooling. No local grocery stores, pizza delivery, hospitals, and your nearest neighbor, if you can find them are one to three days away by horseback.

Our newest exhibit, Living in a Dugout - Hunting Buffalo and Herding Cattle, showcases what a decade of archeaological research has revealed about life in a dugout built of native stone in nearby Garza County.

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Online Exhibits

Engaging Folsom Hunter-Gatherers with 3D Technology

If you missed visiting our most recent exhibit, see it online in our new Engaging Folsom Hunter-Gatherers Virtual Exhibit. This exhibit explores the technology of Folsom Hunter-Gatherers through modern 3D modeling technology.

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Long-term Exhibits

Over 80 years of research at the Landmark have revealed thousands of years of human occupation in this meander of the Yellowhouse Draw. Our long-term exhibits examine the tools and methods of the investigators as well as the fascinating history that they have uncovered.

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