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New Mexico Historic Sites | New Exhibit at Bosque Redondo
Coronado Historic Santa Fe New Mexico

New Mexico Historic Sites to Support Programs and Resources Through Nominal Admissions Increase Since 1931, the New Mexico Historic Sites system has welcomed visitors to explore the state’s past by following in the footsteps of Indigenous people, Spanish conquistadors, Civil War soldiers, outlaws, and lawmen. Each historic site offers unique learning experiences, and in order to continue providing these programs and resources the cost of admission will increase at many sites on Thursday, July 1. “Over the past several years, … Read More

All Aboard for Adventure on Sky Railway

To be a passenger on this train is to be part of an exclusive club of time travelers, sharing the magic of the moment. What is it about trains that fills us with excitement and a sense of childlike wonder? These impressions are etched into our American DNA. That mournful whistle in the middle of the night slips into our dreams with promises of faraway lands. The unmistakable click-clack rumble of steel on steel is the heartbeat of a nation. … Read More

Ski Santa Fe, Taos Ski Valley, Red Red River, Sipapu
Sipapu Ski

New Mexico is known for its great weather, amazing culture, great food and SKIING. To that end take a minute to learn about the various ski areas in the Land of Enchantment. SKI SANTA FE MOUNTAIN STATS & HISTORY With a base elevation of 10,350 ft, Ski Santa Fe is the launching point for a ski experience your family will never forget. Located only 16 miles from the heart of Santa Fe, a city rich in culture, fine arts and exceptional … Read More