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Ruidoso, New Mexico Tourist Attractions

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  • Mescalero
  • Casinos
  • 888-324-0348

Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino Enjoy the best Las Vegas style casino in the Southwest. From penny slots to a complete complement of table games including Blackjack, Craps, Poker, Three and Four Card Poker, Mini Baccarat, Roulette, Pai Gow Poker and Let it Ride ... plus great gaming promotions which never end!

  • 2905 Sudderth Drive, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum

  • 103 Nabors Lane, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-257-5719

  • 1461 Hwy. 70 West, Ruidoso
  • Casinos
  • 575-378-4431

Billy the Kid Casino has been in operation since May of 1999 and features over 300 fun and exciting slot machines, including two Virtual Video Blackjack tables. Come and check out our fun-themed penny and nickel slots with bonus rounds, our always-popular quarter slots, and our highly-exciting one,...

  • 524 Sudderth, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-257-7186

  • 641 Sudderth Drive, Ruidoso
  • Historical Site
  • 575-257-2811

They say that Billy the Kid once hid here in a flour barrel, but whether that's true or not, this was definitely one of his haunts. He was a family friend of the Dowlin and Lesnet families, and Annie Lesnet is said to be the one who stuffed Kid in the flour barrel. The mill was renovated in the 1950's and is one of the few remaining working water mills in the southwest.

  • 1206 Mechem Drivemhm@churchshops.comSnowdance I, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-258-2225

  • 2002 Sudderth Drive, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-257-3790

These "Expressions in Bronze" are triumphs of sculpted realism. Whether you've come to buy or just to browse, you'll want to see these sculptures up close, rather than flattened as photographs.

  • Ruidoso
  • Historical Site
  • 575-258-1833

Built in 1855 to protect local settlements from Apache raids, Fort Stanton stands today just as it has since the 19th century. Maintained by local citizens and history enthusiasts, the Fort has been home to Kit Carson, Bill the Kid, John "Black Jack" Pershing and hundreds of others bringing law to a wild frontier.

  • 1011 Hull Road, Ruidoso
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 575-258-5776

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