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Things to do in New Mexico

  • Cristo Rey

  • Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad

    Book a ride on the narrow-gauge Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, whose vintage coal-powered locomotives chug through a stunning San Juan Mountains... More
  • Doodlet's

    Mexican retablos and tin angel wings cover the walls at this funky curiosity shop. They also sell Frida Kahlo bamboo curtains and Barbie reinterpre... More
  • Double Take at the Ranch

    Hit this sprawling consignment shop for vintage, hard-to-find men's and women's Western wear—Stetson hats, silver concho belts, cowboy boots, embro... More
  • Dragon Room at the Pink Adobe

    The iconic Pink Adobe restaurant, which is housed in a 400-year-old building and has been going strong since 1944, has one undeniably wonderful thi... More
  • Dressman’s Gifts

    Hidden amid a slew of kitschy curio shops, the inventory here is the real deal, with a good selection of carved wooden angels and other New Mexican... More
  • Drive Highway 152

    Drive along Highway 152, between Truth or Consequences and Silver City, through the nearly deserted, former silver boomtowns of Hillsboro and Kings... More
  • El Farol

    Once the dinner hour’s past at this venerable Spanish restaurant (dating to the 1830’s, it’s Santa Fe’s oldest), the amber-lit, beamed dining room ... More
  • El Malpais National Monument

    Evoking the South Dakota Badlands, this New Mexico preserve has a stark, austere beauty. This park’s rugged volcanic terrain means there are few ac... More
  • El Santuario de Chimaya

    Revered for its healing holy dirt, this 1816 Spanish mission chapel cradled in a picturesque canyon, is known as the Lourdes of America. Vendors he... More
  • El Zaguán

    Stroll through the rose and herb gardens of this Territorial-style hacienda often bypassed by gallery-hoppers. More
  • Fort Union National Monument

    Learn about the settlement of the Santa Fe Trail at Fort Union National Monument, the largest fort from America’s late-19th-century frontier period... More
  • G. Coles-Christensen Rug Merchants

  • Galeria Ortega

    Stop in for traditional Chimayo weavings. More
  • Garcia Street Books

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