1801 Mountain Rd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
As you read these words, your brain is taking in all kinds of sights and sounds, and zeroing in on a few. It is recalling what you have learned about the forms of letters, the meanings of words, and what information you hope to find on this website.
Your brain is making decisions and forming new memories. All the while, it is helping you stay alert and steadily breathe. How does the brain do it all? We are only beginning to understand the inside story of this remarkable organ. Today, advances in biochemistry and new technologies that allow us to watch the brain in action are revealing more than ever before.
Brain: The Inside Story explores the way the human brain works, specifically as it relates to senses (“Your Sensing Brain”), emotions (“Your Emotional Brain”), thinking (“Your Thinking Brain”), how the brain ages (“Your Changing Brain”), and how technological advances may change our brains in the future (“Your 21st Century Brain”).
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
1801 Mountain Road NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87104
phone: (505) 841-2800
Free Admission Days
- The Museum is free to New Mexico residents (with ID) on the first Sunday of every month.
- New Mexico seniors age 60 and older receive free Museum admission every Wednesday.
For any other questions, please call us at (505) 841-2800.