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The Lea County Museum is a museum complex in Lovington, New Mexico. It is focused on telling the history of the area through various displays and several historic structures that can be found on the site.

Also considered as an open air museum, the Lea County Museum is almost a replica of an old Western village back in the early days of the 20th century. Among the structures on the site are the 1918 Commercial Hotel, 1913 Store and Post Office, 1913 Caprock Store, 1914 Baker Store, 1908 Love House, 1950 Reed House, 1928 Johnson Store, and the 1931 Lister Building among many others. The site is also the home of the Lea County Sports Museum.

Created in 1969 by the Lovington Women?s Club, the Lea County Museum is a very unique place to visit. It is open on Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm.
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