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I love UFO's, and town is trying to expand horizons
The town needs more investors into the area (aliens?)
In a nutshell
Nice to say you've been there, but meh. Pass the ketchup.
The International UFO Museum does have a gift shop which does sell everything from little UFO trinkets to shirts and caps...it is located across from the library. If you are into it, you can even buy UFO earring!
There are also some educational maerials on UFO stuff being sold such as books and videos. The earnings from the museum probably go to the museum maintenance and management fund, and remember that since it has been incorporated in September 27, 1991, the museum has been considered a non-profit organization.
The world has become hungry for UFO facts, and Walter Haut got together with Glenn Dennis to start the foundation for the UFO Museum. In the Summer of 2001, the one-millionth visitor passed through the museum!
What to buy: UFO and Alien paraphernalia
Written Apr 26, 2009
Other than the UFO Museum and the Art Center, I looked at my GPS for any other nearby UFO encounters and I did see UFO Enigma and UFO City --- I did drive about 5 miles to both of those locations but they did not exist! It was just plain grassland! So be weary of sites on your GPS as the UFO’s/aliens might have gotten them already…
Or maybe those other UFO sites have already closed down and moved business somewhere...
The outskirts of the city of Roswell along Freeway 285 is really practically empty except for some residential looking little ranches. So, the things to do are mostly concentrated in the city itself. There’s no paucity of restaurants and fast food abound from Wendy’s, to Arby’s and McDonalds….and even an Applebee’s!
Written Apr 24, 2009
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: If travelling in the winter, a lightweight jacket should suffice if travelling south of I-40. If travelling north of I-40, or in the mountains, a heavier jacket may be required. In the summer, shorts, t-shirts, tank tops and such are the norm. A swimsuit will also be handy as most hotels have swimming pools. If travelling to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Ruidoso, you'll notice that people are dressed a little trendier than in other towns througout the state.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen is a must!! If travelling to remote places you'll also need bug repellent for the early evening.
Photo Equipment: Make sure to bring your camera to remember some of the beautiful and uncomparable vistas.
Written Feb 6, 2008