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Things to do in New Mexico

  • Taos Art Museum and Fechin House

    Take in the works of the native Taos culture at this art outlet. More
  • Taos Pueblo

    For at least a millennium, Tiwa-speaking American Indians have lived in the multi-story Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest continuously inhabited settl... More
  • Taos Ski Valley

    Explore the 110 runs at the property, including some very challenging trails. More
  • Ten Thousand Waves Spa

    Tucked into a green hillside on the winding mountain road that leads to the Santa Fe Ski Area, Ten Thousand Waves has long attracted day visitors f... More
  • The Ice Caves

    What Lies Beneath: In the New Mexico Badlands, a path carved by lava leads visitors from the Bandera Volcano to a cave where temperatures never rea... More
  • Tinkertown Museum

    View the fascinating assemblage of folk art—including an entire city of carved wooden miniatures. More
  • Tiny's Restaurant and Lounge

    Watch seasoned politicos and newspaper reporters dish local dirt at this legendary, retro-swish cocktail lounge, replete with Naugahyde booths and ... More
  • Todos Santos

    Taste the edible (chocolate) religious art sold at this Lilliputian candy shop in an 18th-century courtyard. More
  • Traditional Spanish Market

    Every year serious art buyers and trinket hounds descend on Santa Fe for this weekend-long event, celebrating hispanic culture in these parts. More
  • Tunstall Store Museum

    Drop by the Tunstall Store Museum, a 19th-century general store that still displays unopened dry goods and hardware from the period. More
  • Very Large Array

    Take a self-guided walking tour of the magnificent Very Large Array, a massive collection of 27 neatly arranged 80-foot-tall radio-telescope antenn... More
  • Victoria Price Contemporary Art & Design

    Victoria Price raises the Santa Fe style bar with her inspired mix of vintage Navajo rugs, Le Corbusier chaises, and stainless-steel jewelry by Nat... More
  • Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

  • White Sands National Monument

    Drive and walk through the glittering, 145,000-acre White Sands National Monument, the world’s largest expanse of gypsum sand dunes. More

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