1. Acoma Pueblo, Cibola County
Otherwise called Sky City, this Native American pueblo sits on a 367 foot sandstone plateau. There are a few stunning perspectives to be had from the highest point of the plateau and the actual pueblo is captivating. There are under 50 ancestral individuals as of now living at the pueblo yet there are a lot of chances to notice conventional work of art and culture. The local escorts are truly educated and will provide you with an intensive visit through this astonishing site.
2. History and Ghost Tours of Old Town, Albuquerque
History and Ghost Tours of Old Town, Albuquerque, are a unimaginably well known fascination for anybody going through the night nearby. This is a narrating hour and a half stroll around the principal square of Old Town into the evening. This is a narrating hour and a half stroll around the principal square of Old Town into the evening. Old Town is the origin of Albuquerque, established in 1706, and for over three centuries individuals have lived and passed on around the Old Town Plaza. The memorable structures and dull back streets cover the long-failed to remember insider facts of fights, murders, hangings, and secret graveyards.
3. Mesalands Dinosaur Museum, Tucumcari
This 10,000 square foot show lobby shows dinosaur skeletons, bronze portrayals of dinosaurs and fossils, and copies of ancient animals. There is additionally a lot of unique craftsmanship in plain view all through the show lobby. The extraordinary thing about the bronze shows is the way that you can get right in there and contact the displays. Children will likewise adore the sandpit region which urges you to “exhume” your own dino remains.
4. Highway 66 Auto Museum, Santa Rosa
For some genuine retro-excursion symbols you need to stop here. There are north of 30 work of art/rare vehicles in plain view, which are all in flawless condition. The vehicles are amazingly very much kept up with brilliant bodywork and flickering chrome – they positively set my recruit vehicle straight! They likewise sell a little choice of their vehicles – envision driving Route 66 of every one of these… Motoring fans will be right at home here – you don’t see vehicles/show-stoppers like this consistently.
5. Teepee Curios, Tucumcari
Inherent the mid 1940’s this old Gulf corner store at last surrendered to the broadening of Route 66, losing it’s siphons yet acquiring new business offering knick-knacks to Route 66 voyagers. The enormous substantial teepee absolutely makes it stand apart as you journey through Tucumcari.
6. Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari
Albeit an inn and not a vacation spot, the Blue Swallow Motel is such a symbol of Route 66 that it would be neglectful to exclude it. The neon sign itself is in phenomenal condition and truly is delightful and eye-getting around evening time – it should be perhaps of the most captured sign along the entire course. The inn is exceptionally attractive – regardless of whether you’re not sufficiently fortunate to have the option to get a room it’s surely worth a stop in Tucumcari to extend your legs and take a couple of pics.
7. New Mexico Route 66 Museum, Tucumcari
The New Mexico Route 66 Museum offers guests a brief look at New Mexico’s Route 66 history and legacy, with a decent assortment of classical vehicles with many pictures of scenes along the old street. There is no confirmation expense except for a gift is suggested. The historical center is open somewhere in the range of 9am and 1pm, each Monday to Saturday.
8. St Nick Rosa Blue Hole, Santa Rosa
The Blue Hole of Santa Rosa is a roundabout, chime formed pool that is one of the most well known plunge objections in the US. The lake is unparalleled for its reasonable, unadulterated water and perceivability is a shocking 100′, because of the way that the water totally restores itself like clockwork. The temperature is a steady 62 degrees, and ideal for a warm summer’s day. A delightful normal miracle that merits seeing.
9. San Miguel Chapel, Santa Fe
San Miguel Chapel is a Spanish pilgrim mission church in Santa Fe, worked between roughly 1610 and 1626. It is the most seasoned known church in the United States and stays a delightful structure both all around. It’s home to the most seasoned sweet ringer in the USA which can in any case be rung by guests. The sanctuary actually holds customary administrations and is a cool and quiet objective on a warm summer’s day.
10. Highway 66 Monument, Tucumcari
The Route 66 landmark is a recognition for the greatness long periods of Route 66 situated before the Tucumcari Convention Center. The chrome, Cadillac balance and tail lights sitting on the landmark point westwards – it’s an ideal photograph operation if nothing else while you stretch your legs in Tucumcari.