Follow in the footsteps of Indigenous people, Spanish conquistadors, Civil War soldiers, storied outlaws, and legendary lawmen at New Mexico's Historic Sites.

Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property

On the historic plaza in Old Mesilla

Fort Selden Historic Site

Radium Springs

Los Luceros Historic Site

Off State Route 68 near Alcalde, NM

Lincoln Historic Site

Near Capitan and Ruidoso

Jemez Historic Site

Jemez Springs

Fort Stanton Historic Site

Southeast of Capitan

Bosque Redondo: A Place of Suffering. . . A Place of Survival

At Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner

Designed through a partnership with the Navajo Nation and the Mescalero Apache Tribe, "A Place of Suffering. . . A Place of Survival" features for the first time voices from the communities most affected by the Navajo Long Walk in the form of oral histories (in English, Diné, and Ndé), contemporary quotes, and imagery to explain what life was like before, during, and after the Bosque Redondo Indian Reservation system.

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The interior of the Hacienda at Los Luceros showing historic furniture and furnishings.

Virtual Tour: Los Luceros Historic Site

Explore Los Luceros Historic Site in 3D on