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Artesia, New Mexico Tourist Attractions

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Artesia is a perfect city for a quiet gallery stroll or as a home base to explore Carlsbad Caverns or Lincoln National Forest from. The well-kept streets and public murals are attractions in themselves.

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  • 107 North First Street, Artesia
  • City Park-Neighborhood, Historical Site, Monument-Building
  • 800-658-6251

Artesia Visitors Center Located in the historic Artesia Train Depot, the Artesia Visitors Center is the starting point for the Artesia Walking Tour. Travel through the past and experience Artesia through the eyes of the pioneers and settlers of the southwest as you take our Walking Tour at your leisure.

  • East Brantley Lake Road, Uninc Eddy County
  • State Parks
  • 575-457-2384

Wrapped around New Mexico's southernmost lake, Brantley Lake State Park is a bright patch of desert greenery. Visit the visitor center for information on the rich history of the area and the Old West town buried beneath the lake, Seven Rivers.

  • 3225 National Parks Highway, Carlsbad
  • Other
  • 575-785-2232

As you pass through the Chihuahuan Desert and Guadalupe Mountains of southeastern New Mexico and west Texas—filled with prickly pear, chollas, sotols and agaves—you might never guess there are more than 300 known caves beneath the surface. The park contains 113 of these caves, formed when sulfuric a...

  • 400 Pine Canyon Road, Salt Flat
  • National Park
  • 915-828-3251

Guadalupe Mountains National Park safeguards the world's finest example of a fossilized reef, a surprisingly complex and unique assemblage of flora and fauna, and West Texas' only legally designated wilderness. Here, one can experience solitude, tranquility, and the joy of finding plants and animals...

  • 505 West Richardson Avenue, Artesia
  • Art Gallery-Museum, Museum
  • 575-748-2390

Located in the historic Moore-Ward house, the Artesia Historical Museum & Art Center features exhibits about local and area history. Collections include the Artesia Farm & Ranch Collection, Artesia History, Native American Artifacts, Oil & Mineral Collection, and the Sallie Chisum Robert Diaries.

  • Visalia
  • Art Gallery-Museum, City Park-Neighborhood, Historical Site

Travel through the past and experience Artesia through the eyes of the pioneers and settlers of the southwest as you take the Walking Tour at your leisure. Even if you aren't a history buff, you and your family will enjoy the sights and sounds of this historic community, appreciating the hard work of those who came before us.

  • Roswell
  • State Parks

Not truly bottomless, but thrilling nonetheless, Bottomless Lakes State Park is New Mexico's oldest established state park. The lakes' depth's range from 17 feet to 90 feet, and the unique green-blue color creates the illusion that they are bottomless. Swimming and camping are allowed at Lea Lake,...

  • 1 East Cottonwood Road, Artesia
  • Winery - Vineyard
  • 575-365-3141

Wine Visit Cottonwood Wine and Brewing to participate in our daily wine tasting. You can try some of your old favorites and find some new favorites. Tasting of our house wines for free! Craft Beer Desert Water Brewing offers an Amber, Wheat, Pilsner, Irish Red and Stout all br...

  • 320 West Main Street, Artesia
  • Park-Overlook

The murals and tiles within the Walkway represent Artesia's heritage. Detailed descriptions are contained on plaques displayed along the walkway.

  • 1101 New York Ave., Alamogordo
  • National Park
  • 575-434-7200

Located in South Central New Mexico, the Lincoln National Forest is known as the birthplace of the world-famous Smokey Bear, the living symbol of the campaign to prevent forest fires. The original bear is buried in Capitan, New Mexico.

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