Known as the “Land of Enchantment” with surreal desert landscapes and breathtaking mountains, New Mexico has something for everyone.
The glistening dunes stretch out as far as you can see – like a vast beach without an ocean.
White Sands National Park
Between the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road packs in more than a hundred galleries, boutiques, and restaurants in a half-mile area.
Canyon Road Santa Fe
An underground world of beautiful cave formations. The temperature here remains at 56 degrees Fahrenheit. You will walk 1.25 miles along the Big Room Trail to see it.
Do you believe in aliens and UFOs? Roswell has restaurants, shops, museums, fun centers, and more where you can immerse yourself in alien-themed surroundings.
Balloon Fiesta Park spans over 360 acres. It includes a launch field exceeding 80 acres.
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta
There are many hiking trails, but the Pueblo Loop Trail is the most popular.
Bandelier National Monument
Built in 1917, it is the oldest art museum in the state. It holds more than 20,000 works of American and European art.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Do you like roadside attractions? They have a pistachio tree farm, a winery, snacks, and many souvenirs.
North America’s longest and highest steam railroad. You can board the train in Chama, New Mexico, and enjoy a day trip through the gorgeous Rocky Mountain West.
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
At 13,161 feet above sea level, Wheeler Peak proudly stakes its claim as the highest mountain in New Mexico.
The area contains pueblos and large structures with architectural and engineering significance.
As an American modernist, she was known for paintings of New Mexico landscapes, New York skyscrapers, and radical depictions of flowers.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Though most may not associate New Mexico with great wine, winemaking dates back nearly 400 years in the state.
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