Visit The Remains Of A 700-Year-Old Historic Village At the Jemez Historic Site In New Mexico

Have you ever wondered what life in New Mexico was like centuries ago? You’ll find plenty of incredible examples around the state but there is one location that shows how what one village appeared centuries ago and life inside.

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It is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 per person, although discounts are available. For additional information, visit its website or Facebook page.

Website: NM Historic Sites
Facebook: New Mexico Historic Sites
Location: Google Maps
Phone: 575-829-3530

New Mexico is home to an incredible number of picturesque historic sites. Fort Stanton Historic Site is one of the most intact historic military forts in the country and just might be haunted. Read more about it in A Visit To Fort Stanton Historic Site In New Mexico Just Might Send Shivers Down Your Spine.

Address: 18160 NM-4, Jemez Springs, NM 87025, USA