Stops & Shops
Photos & VideoVisit the Turquoise Trail online with our photo and video galleries
View Photos »
View Videos »
Stops Along The Turquoise Trail
Cowgirl Red2865 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
View Website »
Vintage Western! Art, Antiques, Pawn/Indian Turquoise Jewelry. Over 400 vintage Cowboy Boots!
Photos of Cowgirl Red
You might also like to visit
Old Schoolhouse Gallery - Fine art gallery featuring works of Neecy Twinem, Hugh Pierson & other local artists.
The Mine Shaft Tavern - Historic Landmark! Great Music & NM Cuisine, outdoor deck. 17 Local Brews on Tap! Lunch & Dinner.
Talking Talons Thrift Store - A thrift store with a mission: goods are recycled and sales help support wildlife and environmental programs for youth.
The Hollar - The Hollar fuses southern cooking with the freshest local ingredients. Comfort food done right!
Turquoise Trail Electric, Plumbing & Water - Free electrical and plumbing estimates. Water tanks, softeners, RO units and supplies. FREE water testing.
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.
Java Junction B & B - Charming Victorian suite on the second floor. Private bath, kitchen & porch.
Coal Miner’s Daughter - A gallery featuring owner, Dean Cheek's knitwear designs, local artwork, jewelry, and much more.
Ghost Town Trading Post & Lodging - Ghost Town Trading Post, Talavera,jewelery,pottery,clothing. GhostTown Lodging and Ghost Town Loft - 2 beautiful self catering apartments with Sat TV,wi fi. In town & very private
Turquoise Trail Sculpture Garden and Studio - Artist Kevin Box resides, creates and exhibits his work and others’ in this world-class space. Open during season, by appointment and by chance.
Join Our Email List
Check through Turquoise Trail events for our Saturday performances: music, poetry, dance, talks in the galleries performance space from 1-3 pm. Our First Saturday Gallery Receptions for new exhibitions are 3-5pm.
Event details » View all events »
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.
The plan is available for review here »
Take a moment to visit our other friends.Visit our connections »