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  • 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...

  • 114 North Main Street, Roswell
  • Museum
  • 575-625-9495

How can a visit to Roswell be complete without a tour of the International UFO Museum? UFOs are what Roswell is famous for and this museum is a full exploration of UFO sightings and possibly alien phenomena. If you can visit during Roswell's UFO Festival, do!

  • 1717 W Second, Roswell
  • Performing Arts
  • 575-623-5882

The radio likes to classify classical music as "easy listening," as almost in the same category as soft pop, but the Roswell Symphony Orchestra performs intensely and with style . . . and no one could ever sanely call Wagner easy listening. This is classical music as an experience.

  • 1306 E College Blvd, Roswell
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 575-624-6760

This is a free zoo and many of the animals are local species, from desert creatures like the roadrunner to more foresty creatures like the black bear, but there are exotic animals, too. Bring a lunch and ride the train and carousel while you're exploring.

  • 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,...

  • 200 N Lea Ave, Roswell
  • Museum
  • 575-622-8333

  • 101 West College Blvd, Roswell
  • Historical Site
  • 575-622-6250

  • 1011 N Virginia Ave, Roswell
  • Performing Arts
  • 575-622-1982

  • 100 West Eleventh Street, Roswell
  • Museum
  • 575-624-6744

  • 409 E College Boulevard, Roswell
  • Museum
  • 575-623-5600

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