New Mexico Travel Guide
The 6,290-foot-high peak is a landmark along the Old Santa Fe Trail.
This National Historic Landmark, in Sky City Pueblo, was made using more than 20,000 tons of earth and stone over the course of a decade (1629-1640).
Gather the children to the historic lodge’s on Saturday evenings to catch the Chuckwagon Cowboy Dinner show. Here, Wild West tales are told through guitar music and song as you dig into hearty ranch-hand staples like beef brisket, beans, and corn bread.
It's easy to miss this simple storefront gallery tucked down a quiet side street near the Plaza, but duck your head inside and you'll discover walls hung with some of the mid-20th century's most revered photographs.
Drive high into the 9,000-foot Sacramento Mountains and strolling along the Nelson Canyon Vista Trail for views of the White Sands National Monument.
A blue-chip gallery on the edge of Railyard Park.
Stop by for the century-old steam train, mining-history relics, and old-fashioned melodramas performed in the adjacent Engine House Theater.
The largest Latino cultural center in the country.
At this outdoor bar, watermelon infused with Bacardi Limón puts a summer spin on the Cuban cocktail, and pairs well with the downtown plaza views.
Mexican retablos and tin angel wings cover the walls at this funky curiosity shop. They also sell Frida Kahlo bamboo curtains and Barbie reinterpreted as Sigmund Freud.
The town's historic Plaza has a brand-new $125 million sibling, the refreshingly modern Railyard. Located on Old West holy ground - the storied stop of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway - the complex is home to a performance space, museum, and market.