In 1847, the United States Army built a sawmill here to provide lumber for the construction of Fort Marcy. The sawmill was ... More
Randall Davey Audubon Center
In 1847, the United States Army built a sawmill here to provide lumber for the construction of Fort Marcy. The sawmill was later converted to a home, which is open for tours. The Audubon Society purchased the property and turned it into a wildlife preserve. Hiking trails are available to search out native plants and animals. If you walk quietly and keep on the lookout, aside from the numerous species of birds, you just might catch a glimpse of a deer, bear or mountain lion.
The Santa Fe National Cemetery sits on a scenic hillside and overlooks much of Santa Fe. The rows of white
crosses climbing the manicured lawns are truly a sight to behold. The oldest grave markers denote the final resting ...
Built in 1966, this government center is shaped like the Zia symbol, and is known as the Round House. The
four story building houses government offices and the state House and Senate chambers. From the ground floor, you can ...
This pueblo revival style building has been hosting New Mexico's fine art since 1917. Inside you will find a number
of permanent, as well as traveling, exhibitions. There are over 20,000 works of art on display, and much of ...
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