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Indigo GalleryView Website »
Featuring works by Jill Shwailo and other nationally known painters, sculptors & jewelers in Madrid.
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The Hollar - The Hollar fuses southern cooking with the freshest local ingredients. Comfort food done right!
East Mountain Centre for Theatre - Offering quality theatrical performances for all ages as well as after-school and summer educational programs for children.
Cowgirl Red - Vintage Western! Art, Antiques, Pawn/Indian Turquoise Jewelry. Over 400 vintage Cowboy Boots!
Conley Studio Pottery & Friends - Stoneware pottery by Lisa Conley. Gallery includes 30 regional artists and craftsmen. Fine Gifts & Local Indian Jewelry. Open daily.
Tierra Sagrada Pottery (Sacred Earth) - Stop by to view Lia at work, or for a “clay experience”; call for a clay-historic tour of the area. Tierra Sagrada Pottery is .5 miles off Highway14, east on CR 44 also called Shenandoah Trail.
Johnsons of Madrid Galleries of Fine and Fiber Arts Since 1973 - The biggest and best Art Gallery between ABQ & Santa Fe. Now with CHRISTMAS CITY, a new gallery of books and other playthings.
Art & Antiques - An eclectic selection of Architectural Antiques & Furniture plus artwork by Lori Musil.
Mostly Madrid - The jewelry and art of the Pueblos, local artists, collectables and other fabulous finds.
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!
Java Junction Coffee & Gifts - Lattes, cappuccino, espresso, specialty "hot" gourmet items and wild t-shirts, hats and sportswear.
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Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the completed grandstand at Oscar Huber Memorial Ball 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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