Fascinating items from permanent collections and recent acquisitions are on display at museums throughout Santa Fe this winter.
There are many opportunities for indoor and outdoor family fun in northern New Mexico during the winter months and a wide range of activities that children, parents and grandparents can enjoy doing together.
The economy may still be struggling, but it’s summer and vacation beckons. Even if Italy and Australia are not on… more »
Santa Fe is a family-friendly place to visit. Just ask a kid. “Santa Fe is really small, but it has… more »
Albuquerque’s location in the center of the state makes it an ideal starting point for fascinating day trips that explore… more »
Santa Fe has long been “the City Different” — a small city with a big presence on the international art… more »
From July 1-4, 8,000 to 10,000 visitors don alien attire and head to the Roswell UFO Festival, which kicked off… more »
Whether capping off a mass ascension morning or bowing to Mother Nature’s inevitable windy or rainy …
Here’s a tip for the winter months — act like a tourist and hit the road. Walk the quiet grounds… more »
There is so much more to ballooning than nine days of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in October. All year… more »
Straddling 50 miles of the Rio Grande, Socorro County is rich in agriculture and is the third largest county in… more »
The Etscorn Observatory on the New Mexico Tech campus, built in 1993, is run by the New Mexico Tech Astronomy… more »