Sights & Attractions in Southwestern New Mexico
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Sights & Attractions Southwestern New Mexico
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El Camino Real International Heritage Center
Heading south on I–25 beyond Socorro and San Antonio, there are...
|Museums / Galleries||Socorro|
El Chino Mine
The wrenching 1954 movie Salt of the Earth chronicled the Empire...
Elephant Butte Lake State Park
More than a million people each year visit Elephant Butte Lake...
Established in 1866, Fort Bayard was built by the U.S. Army when...
|Military Sites||Silver City|
Fort Craig National Historic Site
Not far from the Camino Real Center, Fort Craig National Historic...
|Historic Districts / Sites||Socorro|
Fort Selden State Monument
Fort Selden was established in 1865 to protect Mesilla Valley...
|Memorials / Monuments||Hatch|
Geronimo Springs Museum
At the distinctively homespun Geronimo Springs Museum, you can...
|Museums / Galleries||Truth or Consequences|
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
At Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument the mystery of the...
|Native American Sites||Gila National Forest|
Gila National Forest
The Gila, as it's called, covers 3.3 million acres—that's 65...
|Forests||Gila National Forest|
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