Southeastern New Mexico Sights

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

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Lincoln 6

Alamogordo 5

Ruidoso 5

Roswell 5

Fort Sumner 4

Cloudcroft 2

Carrizozo 2

Santa Rosa 2

Portales 2

Capitan 1

San Patricio 1

Tucumcari 1

Artesia 1

Lincoln National Forest 1

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Native American Site 1

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Dr. Wood's House

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Dr. Wood's House was once occupied by a country doctor specializing in treatments for chest ailments. The doctor's house is filled with...

Iglesia de San Juan Bautista

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When church services, weddings, funerals, and other regularly scheduled functions are not taking place here, Lincoln's historic Iglesia...

Lincoln County Courthouse Museum

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The Lincoln County Courthouse Museum is the building from which Billy the Kid made his famous escape. You can walk in the room where...

Montaño Store

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José Montaño ran a saloon and boardinghouse within his Montaño Store for more than 30 years after the Civil War. Governor Lew Wallace...


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Lincoln was first settled by Spanish settlers in the 1840s. The short, round Torreon fortress served as protection from Apache raids...

Tunstall Store Museum

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Nothing has changed much at the Tunstall Store Museum since the days of the Old West. When the state of New Mexico purchased the store...