A Visit To The 5 Most Historic New Mexico Towns Is Like Going Back In Time

The American west has seen a lot of history – starting with the millennia of Native culture, followed by the often turbulent American history of war, mining, and travel. New Mexico has been at the center of it all, and today many of its cities and towns stand as living monuments. Some of these historic towns are ghost towns, while others are thriving cultural centers, but every single one is a great place for a day trip to better understand the Land of Enchantment.

Have you been to any of these historic towns in New Mexico? Are you planning your own tour of the state’s historic sites? Let us know in the comments section. Before you go, make sure to visit the state’s tourism bureau to learn more about what New Mexico has to offer.

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Address: Mesilla, NM, USA
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