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Things to do in New Mexico
Albuquerque - visit the Museum of Art and History
Filled with artifacts from over 4 centuries, the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History tells the story of the development of the town and region, from a quiet backwater to the town it is today. The museum is filled with paintings and sculptures from the region, and local items of interest from the different cultures that have lived in the area, including an impressive collection of swords and armour.
Albuquerque - wander around the BioPark Botanical Gardens
The Albuquerque BioPark Botanical Gardens are more than just a set of gardens, although there are 36 acres of gardens and conservatories to explore and 1 ½ miles of paths to walk along. The gardens are also home to a recreated 1930’s homestead where you can see how life was back in those times, and find out how self sufficient the farmers were. There is also a butterfly farm to wander around and in the summer months concerts to listen to.
Albuquerque - watch the street life around the Old Town
The town on Albuquerque is over 400 years old, making it amongst the oldest in the country. Much of its history has been preserved in the buildings, located in what is now known as the Old Town. Here you can see buildings from the 18th Century, with their Spanish influence, and every imaginable design from then until the present day. The quarter is filled with little shops to explore, restaurants and bars to stop off in. plus often there are mariachi bands playing in the streets.
Carlsbad Caverns - explore the Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Located on a limestone escarpment, overlooking the town of Carlsbad Caverns are a series of over 100 caves. These have been formed as the water dissolved the limestone, creating stunning displays of stalagmites and stalactites, that are available for viewing by the public. Some of the caves are open for general exploration, but for a really spectacular tour, ask and go on one of the guided tours.
Carlsbad Caverns - go for a picnic at the Sitting Bull Falls
The Sitting Bull Falls, near Carlsbad Falls are best seen during the rainy season, as the river that feeds them dries up regularly during the dry season. The falls are located in the Chihuhuan Desert and are an important oasis for wildlife, which can often be seen if you look carefully. The falls have some excellent picnic areas, which are ideal for families and allow them to take in some of the magnificent, scenic countryside.
Gallup - shop at the Richardsons Trading Company
Providing an outlet where the Hopi and Navajo Indians could sell their pottery and rugs and get proper prices, is why the Richardsons Trading Company, in Gallup was set up. It is the place to go if you are looking for an interesting, keepsake. All of the items in the store are genuine, hence the pricing, but it is worth a visit just to learn from their expertise and see some items of very high quality, before deciding what to maybe buy.
Las Cruces - visit the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum
Located on the edge of Las Cruces, the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum traces back over 3,000 years of farming activity on the land. In addition it has photographs, videos and artifacts from the last 200 years, depicting life in the area. There are also interactive displays and live demonstrations, including milking cows, as well as an opportunity to ride on a guided cart tour, through the outdoor animal pens.
Santa Fe - grab a coffee and people watch at the Plaza
Lined with shady trees and benches the Santa Fe Plaza has been the place to sit and watch as people go by since the colonial Spanish times. Many a person has courted their beau here over the centuries and it still remains a popular place with the locals. There are a number of shops and restaurants also in the plaza making it an enjoyable place to spend a few hours.
Santa Fe - take a guided tour of the Museum of International Folk Art
Opened in 1953, the Museum of International Folk Art, in Santa Fe has over 135,000 items of folk art located in 4 different wings, as well as some items outside including the impressive Milner Palaza Labyrinth. The works of art are not just from western America, but from all over the world, with some of them being both rare and unique. You will need several hours to take in all that the museum has to offer, but it is well worth spending some time here.
Taos - be amazed at the views from the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge
There are a number of optional spots from which to see spectacular views of the Rio Grande and the Gorge that it has cut into the landscape over millions of years. One of the best is considerd to be from the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, located on US Route 64. The bridge is 650 feet above the base of the gorge and stretches across the 1,280 feet wide gorge. Since its opening in 1965, it has appeared in numerous films including Natural Born Killers and Terminator Salvation.
Introduction of New Mexico
New Mexico is an exciting holiday destination and has plenty of good hotels to accommodate the hordes of visitors touching down each year. Hotels in New Mexico are of an exceptionally high standard, including those which don’t make it into the luxury high end category. There are plenty of hotels in New Mexico to choose from, but if you prefer the reliability of hotel chain brands you will also find a good selection. The lavish five star players will make a hole in your wallet, but you won’t be disappointed by the standard of accommodation and service, plus the wide range of facilities on site. Most hotels in New Mexico offer easy access to local amenities, and even the suburban options are still within easy reach of the city centre. Each location within New Mexico has its own individual hotel character however, all cities offer a good variety of accommodation with something to suit every budget.