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Architecture Trail
 
The Land of Enchantment is known for its unbeatable cuisine, gorgeous high-desert landscapes and soulful culture. However, most people don’t realize that New Mexico is also a mecca for iconic and historically significant architecture. Through a partnership with New Mexico MainStreet, we’ve created a series of architecture trails for historic and cultural tourists interested in extraordinary landmarks.
 
 
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Space Trail
 
Join the frontier of adventure and discovery with more than 50 locations, including museums, archeological sites, a spaceport, laboratories and more. Each unique and amazing site helps tell the story of New Mexico's contribution to space and technology, from ancient times to the facilities of tomorrow.
 
 
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Bridge Art Trail
 
New Mexico has more than 1,500 bridges on its state highway system, and many provide an ideal setting for visual art featuring the natural environment and cultural communities. To celebrate New Mexico’s landscapes and cultures, the New Mexico Department of Transportation has engaged gifted, local artists through the years to interpret many of these places so that the traveling public might experience New Mexico’s unique character.
 
 
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New Mexico Culinary Treasures Trail
 
In the restaurant world, “new” and “hot” always grab attention, but it’s the older places that create the character of an area. The New Mexico Culinary Treasures Trail celebrates restaurants that have stood the test of time, independent spots that have become beloved in their neighborhoods and beyond.
 
 
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Tourism Santa Fe Margarita Trail
 
Santa Fe has always been a mecca for those who love margaritas—the cocktail beloved by both residents and visitors alike. So it's only fitting that Santa Fe has come to create The Santa Fe Margarita Trail. Trail adventurers now have the opportunity to discover Santa Fe's culinary creativity by enjoying specialty-crafted margaritas in The City Different’s most popular restaurants and bars.
 
 
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Plan Your Trip to New Mexico Today
 
New Mexico is a haven for the unexpected. A place for those who seek to follow their own path. Here, every true adventure feeds the soul.
 
 
 
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Gathering Of Nations
 
Indigenous crafts from across the Americas. The Miss Indian World Pageant. Native music and dance competitions. Everybody is welcome at the country’s biggest pow-wow, at the Wise Pies Arena in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque
April 28 - 30
 
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Zuni Mainstreet Festival
 
A celebration of culture, heritage and arts, and a promise for a better and more beautiful future along the First Native American MainStreet! Experience the cultural beauty of our traditional arts, cuisine, dance performances and activities for all ages.

Zuni Pueblo
May 7
 
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Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival
 
Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival is Santa Fe’s only museum-quality Indian art show and sale. More than 200 Native American artists participate, representing a wide range of tribes and pueblos, a wide range of art forms, from traditional to contemporary, and a wide range of experience, from emerging artists to masters.

Santa Fe Convention Center
May 28 - 29
 
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New Mexico’s Vibrant Native American Cultures
 
From northwest to southeast and just about everywhere in between, New Mexico’s Native American presence is palpable. Explore our state’s pueblos, tribes and nations and see how they continue their ancient ways of life while participating fully in the contemporary world.
 
 
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York County History Center Closed January 26-27, 2017

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