New Mexico’s best spots.
With around 15,000 prehistoric petroglyphs to see, you’re gonna be spoilt for choice!
Here, you’ll find a mix of galleries, cafes and little trinket spots that are too good to miss.
Drop-in for the mural tour, learn about Pueblo Indian history as well as New Mexico history, soak in Native American pottery and ancient art, and watch traditional dance performances. It’s such a great way to learn more about Native American history and its importance.
1.) Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
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Afterwards, don’t forget to take a gander to the San Francisco de Asis Church that’s stood for centuries. It’s around a 15-minute drive from the Hlauuma and Hlaukwima Houses of Taos Pueblo and really easy to spot.
Afterwards, take a trip over to The Candy Lady for their homemade fudge that’s too delicious to miss. With caramels, chocolate, liquorice, toffee and brittle, The Candy Lady is an Albequeue gem!
2.) Petroglyph National Monument
4.) American International Rattlesnake Museum
7.) Indian Pueblo Cultural Centre