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Monuments & Historic Sites

Discover the monuments & historic sites New Mexico has to offer!

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayo

El Santuario de Chimayo is a haven, a refuge, a healing sanctuary. It is one of the most visited holy sites in the United States. It’s also a prominent historic landmark in the state of New Mexico, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors and seekers of spiritual healing from all …
3 Reasons to Explore the Bisti Badlands

If you’ve already seen the Bisti Badlands, you probably don’t need any persuasion to see it again. It’s the kind of place that New Mexicans are naturally drawn to. In fact, this beautiful bit of wilderness is one of New Mexico’s most interesting and unique sites for discovering, exploring, and learning …
Full Moon Nights at White Sands

A Full Moon Night at White Sands is the kind of experience that everyone should have at least once in their lifetime. The magic and beauty of the white sand dunes in the last light of day and under the bright full moon inspire a powerful sense of communion with …
4 Stops on Your Trip to Window Rock

Road trippers throughout New Mexico are drawn to the border of Arizona to experience the majestic landscape of Window Rock. There are few more exhilarating sights, and you could spend the whole visit taking in the scenery and photographing the sky through the window. But there’s much more to Window …
Is the Los Lunas Mystery Stone a Hoax?

The Los Lunas Mystery Stone is a boulder inscribed with what appears to be an ancient text. It’s also called the Decalogue Stone and Commandment Stone because many people believe that it’s actually a version of the Ten Commandments, though others disagree. In fact, the scientists who study the rock …
5 Things To Do In Alamogordo

With so many tourist attractions, monuments, and historical sites, it’s no surprise that Alamogordo is one of New Mexico’s most popular places to travel. The city is in the top ten most populated in New Mexico and is also among the most visited. So, if you’re looking for adventure, here …
New Mexico in Black and White

New Mexico has been alive with fall colors; but lately, we’ve all been seeing New Mexico in black and white. We get to see through the eyes of ordinary people, our friends, family, and colleagues, a unique peek at the peripheral lives of New Mexicans. The Black and White Challenge …
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad

The Cumbres & Toltec is a National Historic Landmark that travels between New Mexico and Colorado. It was built in 1880 between Chama, New Mexico, and Silverton, Colorado, passing through the Rocky Mountains. It is one of the most amazing and adventurous of experiences that you can have of the …

New Mexico is home to so many national historical landmarks that it would take forever to introduce them all. We’ll start today with five of the most interesting historical spots that you should visit. Then, we’ll return to this topic at a later date to cover more of New Mexico’s top …

New Mexico’s Best Videos We’re truly blessed to live in such a beautiful state! The wonderful weather, wide open spaces, majestic mountains, and enchanting desert make New Mexico a fantastic place to capture amazing video! The entire year gives us a chance to experience different beauty throughout the state! Watch as …