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Cibola National Forest & Visitor Center11776 South Highway 337
Tijeras, NM 87059
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A welcome center to help make the most of your travels. Complete with maps, area information, restrooms, travel & road conditions.
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Sandia Peak Tramway - Ride the Tramway - 2.7 miles rising to 10,378 feet with an 11,000 square mile panoramic view.
Mostly Madrid - The jewelry and art of the Pueblos, local artists, collectables and other fabulous finds.
Tinkertown Museum - In 2010, Tinkertown was listed as one of the top 10 small museums in America by Fox News and Huffington Post on Trip Advisor. Open 9-6 daily, April-Nov 1st.
Cerrillos Hills State Park - Hike, bike or horseback ride scenic trails. Visit historic mine pits. Programs offered year-round.
Henderson Store - Family owned and operated since 1918. Henderson's carries high quality, competitively priced Native American arts and crafts.
The Mine Shaft Tavern - Madrid's Historic Tavern now also has heated deck that overlooks town. Serving lunch & dinner with full bar. Winner of the Santa Fe Green Chile Cheeseburger! Live Music every weekend & 12 Local Brews on Tap!
Cerrillos Community Church - A Bible based Christian Fellowship. Bible Study, Worship Times on the Internet.
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Astronomy Adventures - Explore the celestial jewels and woder found in New Mexico's night sky. Telescopes provided. By Appointment.
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Annual post holiday hike through the Cerrillos Hills State Park.
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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