Northeastern New Mexico

Music from Angle Fire - Bringing extraordinary chamber music to the magnificent Northern New Mexico communities of Angel Fire, Taos, Raton and Las Vegas. World renowned artists perform an impressive array of works from the great classical, romantic, baroque and contemporary masters.

Cleveland Roller Mill Museum - Located in a flour mill built at the end of the 19th century and operated until the early 1940's in the beautiful Mora Valley in northeastern New Mexico. The mill's machinery remains intact and has been restored significantly to the point that it can be operated for demonstration purposes.

Mesalands Community College's Dinosaur Museum - The 11,000 square foot Exhibit Hall houses replicated and original fossils, from tiny footprint casts to the 40' long skeleton of a Torvosaurus. Although not limited to this time span, the Museum's focus is on the Mesozoic, the "Age of Dinosaurs," which is comprised of the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous.

Capulin Volcano National Monument - A nearly perfectly-shaped cinder cone, was formed approximately 60,000 years ago, rising more than 1000 feet above the surrounding landscape.

Angel Fire Resort - Snow or sun, this place has you covered. Come and enjoy winter sports in the winter and rafting, hiking and horse back riding in the summer months.

Fort Union National Monument - Fort Union was established in 1851 as the guardian of the Santa Fe Trail. The largest fort in the American Southwest, and functioned as a military garrison, territorial arsenal, and military supply depot for the southwest. The largest visible network of Santa Fe Trail ruts can be seen here.

Herzstein Memorial Museum - Offers a rare collection of artifacts from the age of dinosaurs to the present. The museum also features a gift shop offering unusual books and souvenirs.

Route 66 Auto Museum - Over 30 Vehicles on Display, including street rods, vintage, classics, and chrome automobiles. Also see Route 66 Memorabilia.

Tucumcari Historical Museum - A Journey Through Time in Quay County, with collections located on three floors of the 1903 schoolhouse, containing a wide variety of artifacts and memorabilia from the surrounding area. There are five indoor and outdoor exhibits, located on the native landscaped grounds.

Vermejo Park Ranch - Although hunting and fishing are significant programs here on the Vermejo Park Ranch, the main focus is the restoration and enhancement of the ranch's many diverse ecosystems, ranging from the short grass prairie on the east side to the alpine tundra on the west side reaching almost 13,000 feet of elevation.

Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge - Situated on a high plateau where the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains and the Chihuahuan desert come together, Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for a diversity of plant and animal life.

City of Las Vegas Museum and Rough Rider Memorial Collection - Housed in a 1940's era Works Project Administration (WPA) building, the city of Las Vegas manages a collection of Rough Riders memorabilia and artifacts belonging to Northern New Mexico's territorial history and regional culture.