Northwestern New Mexico Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northwestern New Mexico - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Gallup 12

Farmington 7

Chaco Culture National Historical Park 5

Zuni Pueblo 4

Jicarilla Apache Nation 3

Aztec 3

Grants 3

Bloomfield/ Salmon Ruins 2

El Morro National Monument 2

Acoma Pueblo 2

Navajo Dam 1

Ice Cave and Bandera Crater 1

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Red Rock Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

In spring, summer, and early fall, wildflowers add brilliance to the landscape of Red Rock Park , which has two popular hiking trails...

Rex Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Clothing, furniture, tools, and typewriters are among the artifacts of the coal-mining era on display at the Rex Museum , operated by...

Riverside Nature Center

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

with its immense colony of Gunnison's prairie dogs and family activities most weekends, anchors the east end of the city's lovely and...

Salmon Ruins

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Little Bloomfield sits at the crossroads of the Four Corners. It's a great place to stay if you're heading south to Chaco Canyon; it's...

Shiprock Peak

  • Geological Site

West of Farmington, at U.S. 491 (though the odd map will still refer to this road by its old number, 666) and U.S. 64, just southwest...

Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

The mystique of wolves is powerful and Wild Spirit is one of the few places where you can see them up close, in large enough enclosures...

Window Rock Monument & Navajo Veteran's Memorial Park

  • Geological Site

Window Rock Monument & Navajo Veteran's Memorial Park , at the base of an immense, red-sandstone, natural arch—truly a window onto...

Wines of the San Juan

  • Winery/Brewery/Distillery

Set at the base of a stark sandstone bluff is a surprise oasis that charms the relatively few visitors who venture in. Sit on the well-shaded...

Zuni Pueblo

  • Native American Site

Zuni Pueblo has been occupied continuously since at least the year 700, and its language—technically A:shiwi, as the Zunis refer to...

Zuni Visitor & Arts Center

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The Zuni Visitor & Arts Center, where the helpful staff will tell you what your options are for exploring Zuni (and about any special...


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