- Santuario de Chimayo
- Manhattan Project National Historical Park
- Carlsbad Caverns, Eddy County
Puye Cliff Dwellings
Remains of a centuries-old Pueblo Indians settlement with cliff & cave dwellings, plus tours.
Bandelier National Monument
Explore Ancestral Pueblo dwellings, broad mesas and steep-walled canyons.
The Main Loop Trail: 1.2-mile loop in Frijoles Canyon. Ancient homes. Climb 140-foot to Alcove House, where dwellings were built in a natual recess in the cliff face.
Also includes 23,000 acres of designated wilderness and over 70 mils of hiking trails.
Los Alamos History Museum
Local history including homesteading, Los Alamos Ranch School & the Manhattan Project.
Los Alamos Nature Center
Discover Pajarito Plateau's canyons, mesas, mountains and skies.
Valles Caldera National Preserve
The Valles Caldera supervolcano erupted 1.2 million years ago. Valles Caldera National Preserve is 14 miles west of Los Alamos. The second largest elk herd in the state. Snoshoe or cross-country ski across the snow covered Valle Grande.
Developed as a ski area in the 1950s by a few top-secret Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists. Offers 40 trails and 300 cleared acres for skiers in the winter.
- Anderson Overlook
- Camp May Road Overlook
- White Rock Overlook
- Jemez Historic Site http://www.nmhistoricsites.org/jemez
- Jemez Falls
- Spence Hot Springs
- Pueblo of Jemez Welcome Center