New Mexico Historic Sites | New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

New Mexico Historic Sites

Los Luceros Historic Site

Los Luceros Historic Site

Alcalde | (505) 476-1165
10am to 4pm, Wednesdays through Sunday, closed Monday and Tuesday
NMHistoricSites.org/los-luceros

Lincoln Historic Site

Lincoln Historic Site

Lincoln | 575-653-4025
10am to 4pm Thursday through Monday, closed Tuesday and Wednesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

Jemez Historic Site

Jemez Historic Site

Just north of Jemez Springs | (575) 829-3530
10am to 4pm Wednesday through Sunday, closed Monday and Tuesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

Fort Sumner Historic Site and Bosque Redondo Memorial

Fort Sumner Historic Site and Bosque Redondo Memorial

Fort Sumner | (575) 355-2573
10am to 4pm Thursday through Sunday, closed Monday through Wednesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

Fort Stanton

Fort Stanton

Capitan | (575) 354-0341
10am to 4pm Thursday through Monday, closed Tuesday and Wednesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

Fort Selden

Fort Selden

Radium Springs | (575) 526-8911
10am to 4pm Wednesday through Saturday, closed Sunday through Tuesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

Coronado Historic Site

Coronado Historic Site

Bernalillo | (505) 867-5351
10am to 4pm, Wednesday through Monday, closed Tuesday
www.NMHistoricSites.org

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Take a look inside the museums and historic sites of New Mexico without leaving home. Join host Charlotte Jusinski, and a variety of guest curators, artists, and exhibitors in exploring the art and culture of the state in Encounter Culture, a new podcast from the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.

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New Mexico Colonial Home - Circa 1815

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Early Agriculture

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Telling New Mexico: Stories from Then and Now

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