Celebrate the Legacy

At the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum we celebrate the legacy of the Land Cruiser, in terms of both design and function. The Land Cruisers displayed at the museum are not just display pieces — they are veterans of countless adventures. As you explore the museum, you will feel that sense of adventure — some call it "Cruiser magic"- that makes the Land Cruiser more than just a vehicle.

Visit the Museum

The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is open to the public.
In an effort to keep visitors socially distanced
appointments are encouraged.
Call Dan Busey at 505-615-5470 to schedule your appointment.
To protect the health and well-being of visitors we will:
- Limit the number of guests in the building at any one time. Please plan to limit your visit to two hours, unless otherwise discussed with Dan when scheduling your appointment.
- Encourage face coverings for all over the age of two who have not been fully vaccinated.
- Encourage physical distancing between visiting groups.
- Require adherence to not touching any exhibits and following the one-way path through the Museum.

Admission

Adult $15.00
Senior (65+) & Military $10.00
Young Adult (13-18) $12.00
Youth (6-12) $8.00
Child (0-5) FREE
No discounts for groups

Hours

Sunday | Closed
Monday
| 8am-5pm
Tuesday | 8am-5pm
Wednesday | 8am-5pm
Thursday | 8am-5pm
Friday | 8am-5pm
Saturday | 8am-5pm

To drive a Land Cruiser is to vicariously drive the roads of the entire world over the past 50 years, to ride in the driver's seat of a real chariot. What other 4x4, indeed what other passenger car, can take you to that special place?

Nobby Fukushima, The Land Cruiser -Special Issue of the 50th Anniversary - 1951-2001

Our Collection

1978 FJ55

Toyota
Land Cruiser

Toyota
Land Cruiser

1979 FJ56

Toyota
Land Cruiser

Fire Truck

Toyota
Land Cruiser

Fire Truck

1988 FJ62/HZJ79 Hybrid
1998 HZJ75

Toyota
Land Cruiser

Toyota
Land Cruiser

2012 FJ Cruiser