Tinkertown is open daily from April 1 to November 1 & located on the Turquoise Trail on the road to Sandia Crest.
Tinkertown Museum is a folk art museum created over 40 years ago by the late Ross Ward (1940-2002), His miniature wood-carved figures are showcased in Tinkertown Museum including a 1880's miniature animated western town & three-ring circus.
What was once a four-room summer cabin has been transformed into a 22-room legacy showcasing the genius of one man's life work. The construction utilizes over 50,000 glass bottles & other available recycled materials to display animated miniature western town, circus, saddle show & much more.
Moms get in free annually at Tinkertown Museum on Mother's Day when they are accompanied by a paying child! Bring the whole family for a day of quirky, hands-on fun. Admission prices (subject t...
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