Opened in May 2009, the Domenici Building contains galleries dedicated to both permanent and changing exhibitions as well as a secure, climate-controlled environment for storage for the museum’s extensive object collection.
Related spaces support education, museum administration, special programs, and the museum shop. In total, the Domenici Building contains 96,000-square-feet of space. Docent-led museum tours and Downtown Walking Tours leave from the Lincoln Street entrance.
The Domenici Building is named after Pete V. Domenici who served New Mexico from 1973 to 2009.