Local Attractions

Sites to Visit

Pueblo of Jemez Welcome Center

The Jemez Pueblo Visitors Center is about 10 miles south from here. It contains interesting history of the Jemez Pueblo people and a nice gift shop. If you call ahead, they will provide a guided tour of some of the Red Rocks for two or more people!
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Jemez Springs

Outdoor hot mineral springs – beautiful setting.
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Bath House

Visit the Village’s Bath House where you can take a hot or cool mineral bath inside the historic building. Also has a gift shop.
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Bandelier National Monument

Currently, the short trails of these ancient ruins and cave dwellings are open including the Main Loop, Fall, Alcove House, Frey, Tsankawi and Burnt Mesa Trails are open.
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Valles Caldera

A spectacular volcanic eruption that created the 13-mile wide circular depression, and is known for its huge mountain meadows, abundant wildlife, and streams. The Valle Grande entrance station and bookstore will remain open, and ranger-led activities will be offered in the park’s cabin district.
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Food & Fishing License

Amanda’s Jemez Mtns Country Store

Get a few munchies and sit on their outside porch and enjoy the moment!
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Hidden Valley Sporting Goods

Stock up on your fishing, camping and hunting supplies including kayak rentals for Fenton Lake.
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Jemez Fine Art Gallery

Collection of fine arts including painting, sculpture, and photography.
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Jemez Artisans

Jewelry, paintings, sculpture, pottery, stained glass, hand-made textiles and more gifts made by local folks!
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Cultural Arts & Museums

Red Rock Canyon Trail

Come along the guided or unguided 1.5 mile hike and learn the history and culture of the Jemez people, while walking amongst the beautiful Jemez Red Rock.
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Museum Shop

Enjoy an intimate day of shopping in our beautiful Puebloan Museum Shop. We specialize in our world renowned Jemez Pottery, beautiful stone sculptures, basketry, embroidered woven cloths, exquisite moccasins and jewelry. Also, enjoy a wide selection of collectibles and gifts, including Native American music, books, jewelry, and adult/youth apparel.
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Jemez Historic Site

Jemez Historic Site, a National Historic Landmark dating to A.D. 1350, sits on more than seven acres and includes the stone ruins of the prehistoric village of Giusewa. Built by the Walatowa, the ancestors of today’s Jemez Indian Tribe, Jemez was once a multistory village with nearly 1,000 rooms. The area is now considered one of the most beautiful prehistoric and historic sites in the Southwest for its rare ruins and captivating scenery, including a series of natural springs.
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Jemez Ed-Ventures Tour Program

The Pueblo of Jemez Welcome Center offers a wonderful opportunity to all tour operators, travel professionals, or groups who are interested in a fun and informative educational adventure. Come and learn about the history, culture, and people of the Pueblo of Jemez. Tour packages can be purchased to reflect the type of experience you want.
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Contact Details

(575) 829-4377

Physical Address:
16445 Highway 4
Jemez Springs, New Mexico 87025
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