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New Mexico’s Historic Sites Tell a Story of Epic Proportions
coronado historic site

While it is one of the newest states in the US, admitted to the union in only 1912, New Mexico’s history is an ancient one. The name ‘New Mexico’, or Nuevo Mexico in Spanish, was given to the region as late as 1563, more than two hundred years before US independence from Britain. Even the state’s current capital, Santa Fe, was founded as a capital of New Spain in 1610. For thousands of years, the region that would one day … Read More

The Best Drives Near Santa Fe
High Road to Taos Santa Fe New Mexico

Northern New Mexico is home to dozens of scenic byways with their own unique and gorgeous views. From the High Roads to Taos to the Enchanted Circle, each one will surely amaze and inspire you. Some of these drives also happen to be a great way to get to some of our favorite day trips from Santa Fe. Here are some of our favorites: The High Road to Taos This byway runs through and alongside many natural and cultural treasures, such as the … Read More

New Mexico History Museum — Connecting the past, present, and future
The Honoring Tradition & Innovation: 100 Years of Santa Fe’s Indian Market, 1922-2022 exhibition gallery. Photo by Tira Howard.

Our state’s history is complex. It’s worth a closer look. It’s ever-changing.  The stories are here. New Mexico History Museum tells them through exhibitions, scholarship, exceptional collections, community building, and diverse perspectives.  A division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, the museum’s campus in downtown Santa Fe reflects a multifaceted history interpreted within its walls and our state’s potential futures. In the halls of the Palace of the Governors, and the state-of-the-art Pete V. Domenici Building, visitors will … Read More