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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Canyon de Chelly National Monument

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Ninety-eight miles northwest of Gallup and situated in the heart of the Navajo Nation, Canyon de Chelly—pronounced de- shay —is well...

El Morro Theatre

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The 1928 El Morro Theatre is a shining example of a unique regional building style, Pueblo Deco. El Morro tends to be open sporadically...

Gallup Cultural Center

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The Gallup Cultural Center, a project of the Southwest Indian Foundation, is inside the restored 1918 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe...

Hubbell Trading Post

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Sixty-three miles west of Gallup and en route to Canyon de Chelly, Hubbell Trading Post, in operation since 1878, is still an active...

McKinley County Courthouse and Courthouse Square

  • Government Building

In summer, Indian dances take place nightly in the artful contemporary surround of the open plaza at the McKinley County Courthouse and...

Navajo Nation Museum

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Here you'll find a complete authentic hogan, as well as small and changing exhibits that explore the culture and history of the tribe.

Octavia Fellin Library

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The Octavia Fellin Library, across the street from the McKinley County Courthouse, further rewards fans of the WPA arts project, with...

Red Rock Park

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

Rex Museum

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

Toadlena Trading Post & Museum

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Opened in 1909, Toadlena operates much like the local shop it's always been—and trading goes on daily. A difference now is that its...

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