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Today, the pueblo is a flourishing art community with about 1, residents Census It is the home of the late Maria Martinez, who along with her husband, www. Julian, developed the world-renowned black-on-black pottery with black matte designs. The San Ildefonso Pueblo Museum, , also displays traditional crafts. With an average of 20, visitors each year, San Ildefonso is one of the most visited pueblos in the state. The pueblo is located 23 miles 37 km. Tamaya, the Old Santa Ana Pueblo, was established after the reconquest of the territory in the late s, although the tribe can trace inhabitants in the region back further.

Tamaya village is not open to the public; Keresan village is open only on feast days. The pueblo offers numerous modern recreational activities. The Santa Ana Star Casino boasts gambling, entertainment, a cocktail bar, a lane bowling center, an indoor event center, and banquet and conference facilities.

The pueblo also owns the upscale hole Twin Warriors Golf Course, , www. For some native cuisine in your own home, order from the Cooking Post, a mail-order enterprise that sells specialty foods, bever-. Santa Ana Pueblo is located less than two miles 3. Today, more than 10, descendants of these people live in the Tewa-language pueblo Census Santa Clara is noted for its pottery. Two vessel shapes are considered distinctly Santa Claran: Photography, sketching and videorecording permits are available throughout most of the year but are not available on feast days.

Buffalo, harvest or corn dance. Santo Domingo Pueblo is located near the ancient Cerrillos turquoise mines, and its people have mastered the art of making fine jewelry and heishi out of the colorful stones. The Santo Domingo people historically are great traders of their crafts, very much like their Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon ancestors. This Keresan pueblo hosts an internationally known ceremonial dance on Aug.

While visitors are welcome to the pueblo, the Santo Domingo people are adamant about preserving their traditional way of life. A cultural center and small museum provide opportunities for visitors to learn more about the pueblo, which is home to more than 3, people Census There is no admission fee, but donations are appreciated.

Many roadside stands with jewelry, pottery and silverwork for sale can be found during a visit to this pueblo. Enjoy traditional dances and sample great food. The pueblo also has a small museum and a gas station off of the Santo Domingo exit on I between Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

The pueblo is located 25 miles 40 km. Box 99, Santo Domingo, ; Either the tribe did not wish to list the event or we were unable to confirm an activity. Some tribes are not listing events because of the limited capacity at their pueblo or reservation. Often the dances are not determined until days before the event. Due to the busy activities on Pueblo feast days, sometimes no one is available to answer the phone on the day of the event.

The village, which is one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in North America, was designated a World Heritage Site and a National Historic Site in The adobe, multistoried homes of Taos Pueblo have captivated painters and photographers since the s, when an artist colony formed in nearby Taos and virtually established Southwest art.

It helped inspire the Pueblo Revival style of architecture in contemporary New Mexico. The pueblo is home to nearly 4, people Census who value their privacy and insist visitors do the same. Signs mark houses around the plaza that sell arts and crafts. The Taos people are very skilled in leatherwork, evident in the drums and moccasins they make. The pueblo operates Taos Mountain Casino; , It is open to visitors most of the year but closes every spring for eight weeks and late August for ceremonial purposes, so please call ahead.

The pueblo levies admission, parking, photography and videography fees. Any sketching, painting or commercial photography requires advance written approval. Box , Taos Pueblo, ; visitor information: Intertribal dancers from all over the country dance for entertainment and competition. Santiago Day Corn Dance. Procession of the Virgin Mary with dancers and bonfires. Taos Pueblo Deer or Matachine. Situated in the soft red-brown foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Tesuque Pueblo has stood on its present location since A.

As such, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are many fine artists at Tesuque who create pottery, paintings and sculpture. Silverwork and traditional clothing are also made at the pueblo.

Tesuque Pueblo operates Camel Rock Casino, , , www. Tesuque Pueblo is located about 10 miles 16 km. Entrance to the pueblo lies near Camel Rock, a natural sandstone formation that wind and rain have eroded into the shape of a camel.

The pueblo is closed to the public on certain days of the year, so call ahead before visiting. Photography is not allowed. Zia Pueblo is the birthplace of the ancient Zia sun symbol, which features stylized rays radiating in each of the traditional four directions from a central sun and now is emblazoned on the New Mexico state flag.

The Keres-speaking pueblo is home to approximately members and is situated near the Jemez River. Behind the pueblo lie the Nacimiento Mountains and the Pajarito and Jemez plateaus.

Potters from Zia Pueblo are known for geometric designs, including the Zia, which they use on pottery, as well as plant and animal motifs depicted against white backgrounds.

The Pueblo women are skilled at making thin-walled pottery customarily decorated with bird symbols. The pueblo offers bass, catfish, and trout fishing with a purchased permit at nearby Zia Lake. Please contact the Pueblo of Zia Natural Resource office for updated information at Ext. The Pueblo of Zia is located 17 miles 27 km. The pueblo is open daily during daylight hours. Photography, sketching, and recording are not permitted. Instead of gold, however, there is an abundance of precious turquoise and silver to be found in the pueblo, with an in-state population of about 6, Census Plan to visit the Pueblo of Zuni Arts and Crafts, , Our Lady of Guadalupe mission church, which was constructed beginning in , can be visited during limited hours.

Experience Zuni tradition at the A: Zuni Pueblo is 35 miles 56 km. For information about fishing and hunting call the Zuni Game and Fish Department at Permits for photography, sketching and video recording are available at the visitor center, located at tribal headquarters; , www. Box , Zuni Pueblo, ; See an overview of other museums on Page See Monuments on Page The following section includes an alphabetical listing of all state-operated museums and cultural centers.

Here, Now and Always, a major ongoing exhibition, combines the voices of living Native Americans with ancient and contemporary artifacts and interactive multimedia to tell the complex stories of the Southwest. Five changing galleries present exhibitions on subjects ranging from archaeological excavations to contemporary art.

The museum has about 75, individually catalogued pieces, and in the archaeological research collections there are an additional estimated 5 to 10 million individual pieces. A year-round outdoor sculpwww. In the Museum of New Mexico system celebrates years of operation. The Palace of the Governors opened as a museum in With a collection of more than , objects, including textiles and costumes, ceramics, furniture, toys and miniatures, religious objects, ephemera, drawings and paintings, it is the largest museum of its kind in the world.

SW, Albuquerque, The center commemorates and demonstrates Hispanic tradition and achievement through language, literature, music, theater, dance and cuisine.

Find out what all the hoopla is about. In the main gallery, the Generations exhibit uses the biographies of 33 people to tell the 3,year history of agriculture in New Mexico.

In Adventure Corral, children can milk a Fiberglas cow, see a windmill and touch wool samples. The Pueblo Revival-style building, which combines Native American and Spanish Colonial sensibilities, is an architectural jewel itself.

Inside, exhibitions present the wide range of artistic expressions found in the state. The museum brings the art of New Mexico to the world and the art of the world to New Mexico. Walk through re-creations of an active volcano, a living forest and Ice Age caves into the Land of Enchantment of today. Fossils and life-size dinosaur sculptures, including a Pentaceratops, a creature found only in New Mexico, provide more captivating glimpses of that time.

Also at the museum, explore the Planetarium, featuring a foot-diameter screen, a high-tech observatory, and exhibits about the universe; and the Lockheed Martin Extreme Screen DynaTheater.

The New Mexico Museum of Space History tells the story of the technological wonders that made it a reality. Glimpse space travel now through a model of the International Space Station. Outside, the John P. Each summer the museum hosts Shuttle Camp, an internationally recognized program offering weeklong classes for children. It has the distinction of being the oldest continuously used public building in the United States. During its nearly year history, five governments have occupied the Palace: The museum showcases more than 17, histori-.

Native American vendors sell handcrafted objects under the Palace portal in a strictly regulated program guaranteeing Native American authenticity; and they serve almost two million visitors a year. The focus of its exhibitions will be on the history and traditions of New Mexico.

A visit to any one of the sites offers an educational experience for the entire family. Extended loan, private collection. Modernists in New Mexico: During a s excavation, WPA workers uncovered evidence of these inhabitants, including a square kiva with many layers of mural paintings considered to be some of the finest examples of pre-Columbian art in North America.

The kiva is open for viewing. It commemorates the commerce and culture along the oldest public thoroughfare in the U. Stop in the visitor center to view state-ofthe-art interpretive exhibits, period artifacts and traveling exhibitions. Short hiking trails meander through traditional Mexican- and Indian-style herb gardens.

After the mids, territorial expansion encroached on the traditional homelands of the Apache Indians. Buffalo Soldiers were among those serving at the fort. It was the boyhood home of Gen. Douglas MacArthur when his father was post commander. Abandoned in , it offers a view of army life on the frontier.

Army established Fort Sumner in an area called Bosque Redondo in as the country expanded westward into the homelands of the Navajo and Mescalero Apache Indians. During this tragic period of American history, 9, Navajos and Mescalero Apaches were starved into submission and then forced to march hundreds of miles to Bosque Redondo.

Navajos call this arduous journey the Long Walk. Nearly one-third of the captives died during incarceration at Fort Sumner. The Mescalero Apaches— strong—left without asking permission in Navajos were held for three more years before the U.

The museum provides information and exhibits. There is also an interpretive trail and picnic area. Fort Sumner was abandoned in Exhibitions in the heritage center tell the story of the site through the words of the Jemez people, and an interpretive trail winds through the site ruins. The events of come alive through exhibitions in the courthouse, which also was used as a store, residence, Masonic Lodge and jail.

Old Lincoln Days, held annually in August, features a number of living-history demonstrations, including the re-enactment of the last escape of Billy the Kid. There are a multitude of other museums throughout the state with impressive collections.

Both are located on Museum Hill, east of the Plaza. The Agnes Martin Gallery, an octagonal-shaped gallery, permanently exhibits a series of seven paintings donated to the Harwood by the internationally acclaimed artist Agnes Martin There is also a museum dedicated to UFOs, aliens and other unexplainable phenomena in the city.

The museum also exhibits contemporary Southwest art and photography and often presents touring exhibitions from around the world. There are also many fun and unusual museums in the Duke City, which exhibit rattlesnakes, turquoise, skateboards and dolls.

Now a mother lode of tourists frequents these ghost town haunts, just as they do Madrid, a Western town on the Turquoise Trail near Santa Fe that celebrates its mining heritage at the Mine Shaft Museum and Tavern. The Silver City Museum explores years of mining history, and the Grants Mining Museum takes visitors into a simulated uranium mine.

Downstate, visit an intact general store— complete with furnishings, merchandise and business records—in Chloride, a ghost town, which has remained unchanged since the s. Check the city listings in the back of this guide to find other interesting museums scattered throughout the state.

Performing Arts After a busy day of site seeing, visitors can treat themselves to top-rate entertainment at venues across the state. Traveling Broadway shows to intimate community theater productions fill the bill for theater lovers. Classic music aficionados will discover world-class opera, symphony concerts and chamber music performances.

Pop music fans can sample a smorgasbord of rock, blues, bluegrass and country music. Many big-name acts perform at the Journal Pavilion, a giant outdoor amphitheater on the outskirts of Albuquerque. Nightlife bustles in both downtown Albuquerque and Nob Hill.

Other amphitheaters and nightclubs on Indian lands offer a myriad of entertainment. See more details in the Native New Mexico section. Santa Fe, Roswell, Hobbs and Farmington also offer their own community-based symphonies. Opera enthusiasts can hear internationally acclaimed singers perform every summer at the Santa Fe Opera.

Raton, to name a few. Clovis also boasts a restored vaudeville theater, the Lyceum Theater. For further details, check out the Performing Arts section under the community listings, which begin on Page Performance schedules are usually available via Web sites. New Mexico has earned its reputation as a world-class destination for artists and collectors.

Get off the major highways to visit blossoming art communities such as Silver City, Ruidoso, Truth or Consequences and Madrid. To find out about art openings, craft fairs and other cultural events check out the community calendar listings beginning on Page The following list is a quick reference for the major gaming establishments. Central Region Dancing Eagle Casino. I, Exit , Casa Blanca, Expo New Mexico state fairgrounds , California St. I at Exit , 18 miles west from Albuquerque.

I Exit , 17 miles north of Albuquerque. Sky City Casino Hotel. Box , Acoma, Box , Ohkay Owingeh, Box , Taos, New Mexico, known for its cutting-edge research, is entering a new era of tourism with the building of Spaceport America between Las Cruces and Truth or Consequences. To keep posted on developments, log on to www. Visitors have a variety of places to learn about science. The Albuquerque museum encourages exploration through a variety of dynamic, hands-on exhibits.

Although New Mexico may be known popularly as a desert, high mountains offer skiing in the winter months and numerous lakes and rivers offer some of the best fishing and rafting in the country. The vast desert landscapes, limitless blue skies and dramatic mountain vistas are elements of what makes New Mexico the Land of Enchantment.

And this land is quite accessible to the public. A variety of governmental agencies administer our public lands, and each has its own rules and regulations. Be sure to contact the agency with jurisdiction over your planned destination and activity. The National Park Service offers special discounts that allow admission for occupants of a vehicle into all national parks and national monuments in New Mexico, as well as the sites nationwide.

Contact phone numbers and addresses for agencies administering public lands in New Mexico follow. Box , Santa Fe, or Rodeo Rd. Department of Game and Fish. Many state and federal agencies listed. Excellent source for maps and books. Box , Santa Fe, West, Santa Fe, Army Corps of Engineers-Alb. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Office. Box , Albuquerque, Recreational information about six national wildlife refuges in New Mexico: Geological Survey Information Services.

To take in the wild blue yonder, contact: Box , Moriarty, For more info on the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: Box , Albuquerque, ; , NE, Albuquerque, ; H, Albuquerque, ; , From Red River to Silver City, many communities throughout the state sponsor challenging races and leisurely rides. Log on to www. The following groups provide trips and information for cyclists of any level: Cultural and educational tours. Road and mountain bicycle tours in southwest N.

Check Web site for cycling events. Memorial Day through Labor Day. For information, visit www. Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce. Call for birding schedule. Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Box 7, Roswell, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. Box , Socorro, Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce. Box , Maxwell, Our Pilots are professional, knowledgeable, and accident free.

The personal attention you will receive is unmatched by any other balloon company in New Mexico. Our private balloons are comfortable and sized just for the 2 of you and your pilot!

We can now accommodate your family or corporate group of 3 to 6! An abundance of public hiking trails and campgrounds are easily accessible. Federal and state lands, as well as several Indian reservations, permit camping, hiking, hunting and fishing. Hiking and camping regulations, including fees, differ from one agency or tribe to another. Campsite reservations are accepted at some state parks and U.

If you have a passion for the backcountry, take on a portion of the Continental Divide Trail, one of three designated National Scenic Trails in the United States.

Be sure to check for fire restrictions within each region before your excursion. There are numerous privately owned campgrounds in New Mexico, and information about those can be obtained from local chambers of commerce listed on Page For detailed information on recreational opportunities in the state, contact the Public Lands Information Center or the following agencies.

Bureau of Land Management. Box , Pine, Colo. Southwest Regional Office of the Forest Service. Fish and Wildlife Service. Horseback riding, guides, primitive trails. Box , San Rafael, Box , Red River, Box , Cerrillos, Village of Taos Ski Valley. Box , Angel Fire, Route 3 Box 8 Terrero. HC 68, Box 28, Sapello, Box E, Raton, Box , Gila, Box , Reserve, Most waters have standard bag and possession limits.

The license year starts April 1 and runs through March There are a variety of license types ranging from one day to full season. To fish on U. Licenses may be obtained at sporting goods stores, at any of the five department offices located throughout the state or online at www. The booklet may be obtained by writing to P. Fishing on Native American Land: Some Native American pueblos and reservations offer public fishing.

A state fishing license is not required to fish on tribal lands, but you must purchase a tribal permit. Contact individual tribes listed in the Native New Mexico section of this guide for more information. Fly fishing, clinics and classes, bird and game hunting, horseback riding, wilderness adventures. North Central and North East regions, N.

Guadalupe Street, , Santa Fe A hiker explores the Wheeler Peak Wilderness near Taos during the wildflower season. Photo by Adam Schallau. There are several nationally ranked courses around the state. For tours, check out Golf West Tours, which offers customized golf packages. Driving range, grass putting course, lessons. Four Hills Country Club. Los Altos Golf Course. Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club. Off I at Elephant Butte exit. Box , Elephant Butte, NM Twin Warriors Golf Club.

University of New Mexico Championship Course. North Central Angel Fire Resort. Drawer B, Angel Fire, Santa Fe Country Club. Towa Golf at Buffalo Thunder Resort. Northeast Clayton Municipal Golf Course. Highlands University Golf Course. Pendaries Golf Course and Lodge. Tucumcari Municipal Golf Course. Box , Rt. Southeast Apache Mesa Golf Course.

Clovis Municipal Golf Course. Cree Meadows Country Club. Desert Lakes Golf Course. Inn of the Mountain Gods. Lake Carlsbad Golf Course. Links at Sierra Blanca. Box , Ruidoso, Military Institute Golf Course. Ocotillo Park Golf Course. Spring River Golf Course. Whispering Winds Golf Course. Southwest Dos Lagos Golf Course. State University Golf Course. Box , Rociada, Country Club at McNutt Rd.

Sierra del Rio Golf Course. Box , Silver City, White Sands Golf Club. White Sands Missile Range, Bldg. Northwest Civitan Golf Course. Coyote del Malpais Golf Course. Gallup Municipal Golf Course. Hidden Valley Golf Course. Box , Aztec, Exotic species also have found a home here, and they include oryx, ibex and Barbary sheep. There are good populations of small game including dove, quail, pheasant, grouse, ducks, geese and sandhill cranes.

These publications provide specific information just for hunters. The New Mexico license year is April 1 to March 31, although most hunts occur in the fall and winter. Licenses may be obtained in person at sporting goods vendors throughout the state or at any of five department offices.

Some are available online at www. To hunt or trap on U. The department also provides very useful hunting information through its Web site: Hunting Guides and Outfitters: State law requires that all hunting guides and outfitters operating in New Mexico register with the N. Department of Game and Fish and sign contracts with clients for all services.

Lists of registered outfitters are available from any department office. Contact them via their Web site: From Farmington to Ruidoso, nearly every corner of the state hosts motorcycle rallies.

Look for individual events under the community listings. Apart from these two premier runs, which are regulated by the BLM, an assortment of smaller rivers can be navigated during the short spring-runoff season, which typically begins in April and extends through June. For a list of qualified outfitters, check out the information below or contact the Bureau of Land Management, Cruz Alta Rd.

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