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  • 1321 N White Sands Blvd, Alamogordo
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 575-439-4290

Alameda's past as a railroad town is reflected in its zoo, which is the oldest one in the Southwest. See over 300 animals of 90 different species and be sure to bring a lunch; the picnic tables are situated in some lovely shade.

  • Alamogordo
  • Markets-Festivals
  • 575-430-7543

Alamogordo Shopping Spending some time in Alamogordo? Whether you live here or are just visiting, there's always something to do. On this site, you'll find descriptions of businesses and attractions, some old and familiar, some new to you! Shop Alamogordo!

  • Albuquerque
  • Markets-Festivals
  • 505-821-1000

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Largest of its kind in the world, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is an annual exposition and race for hot air balloons, attracting spectators and participants from across the globe.

  • 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.

  • 125 North Main Ave, Aztec
  • Museum
  • 505-334-9829

Walk through a reconstructed pioneer village and explore the kinds of implements that early farmers used in the Aztec soil. Examine mineral exhibits and an oilfield exhibit illustrating the rigs and equipment used in the San Juan Basin, save for oil instead of crops.

  • HWY 550, Aztec
  • Historical Site
  • 505-334-6174

Around 1100 A.D. ancestral Pueblo people embarked on an ambitious building project along the Animas River in northwestern New Mexico. In less than three decades they built a monumental "great house.” Aztec West stands three-stories high, stretches longer than a football field and once had as many as 500-rooms including a ceremonial "great kiva” over 40-feet in diameter.

  • 420 Legion Road (Hwy. 550), Aztec
  • Sports & Recreation
  • 505-334-2023

Drop in in the middle of the season and see a number of different racing competitions or wait for the grand finale. This is a great track with great racers and if you like hot asphalt and the rev of engines, this is where you want to be.

  • 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...

  • 220 N. Date St., Truth or Consequences
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-894-7591

Celestial Creations So much more than a gallery! We have thousands of items in inventory made in New Mexico by more than 100 different artists, artisans, craftspeople and companies, plus a few worthy items made in the southwestern United States that border New Mexico. Many items are exclusive to our gallery / specialty shop.

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