Whether you’ve lived in New Mexico your entire life or just had the good sense to relocate here, you know that the Land of Enchantment is full of amazing places. Here are 30 experiences (numbered, but not ranked in order) that you should definitely add to your New Mexico bucket list:

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What are the most unique things to do in New Mexico?

There are many normal places to visit in New Mexico that delight people of all ages throughout the years. There are also places that are wacky, quirky, and a little bit different, but equally worth visiting. Places like Meow Wolf, an interactive art museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, offer experiences that you'll certainly put on your bucket list in New Mexico. The House of Eternal Return, which resides inside an old bowling alley, is certainly one-of-a-kind.

What are the best road trips through New Mexico?

With so many things to do in New Mexico, it can be hard to get to them all in a timely manner. Luckily, we've put together some nifty road trips that will take you to some of the best destinations in the Land of Enchantment, all routes that you can finish in a day, weekend, or slightly longer. There are so many other potential road trips to bucket list places in NM - from routes to natural wonders in New Mexico to a trip through some of the state's ghost towns - that it would be impossible to list them all.

Which hidden gems in New Mexico should I visit?

Stop by some of the best New Mexico attractions that not many people know about, and you'll be glad you did. There is a pistachio farm in Alamogordo that not only has a pistachio tree orchard you can tour but also the "world's largest pistachio" sitting out front. The Tinkertown Museum in Sandia Park is certainly a unique experience. With old west dioramas and a bunch of antiques or other vintage memorabilia, it'll take you back in time.