We’d be the first to say that you should add Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque to your tourism bucket list. But, if you seek off-the-beaten-path journeys that you’ll never forget and simply love, Los Lunas is the personable place to launch your next excursion.
As reflected in the sentiment of the Robert Frost poem, take our roads less traveled that we believe will make all the difference to you.
Wonder Women of the Rio Abajo
March 7, 2020 – May 23, 2020
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Arts is commemorating the accomplishments of local woman with celebrations, lectures, workshops, readings, presentations and other events.
St. Patrick's Day Balloon Rallye
March 14, 2020 – March 15, 2020
Head out to the Belen Eagle Park for the 36th annual St. Patrick’s Day Balloon Rallye for two mornings and one evening of hot air balloon fun!
Easter Egg Hunt
April 8 , 2020
Join the Village of Los Lunas and our special guest the Easter Bunny for our annual East egg hunt!
Whitfield Earth Day Science Fiesta
April 25 , 2020
Stop by Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area for their annual Earth Day Science Fiesta and interact with the exhibits!
Los Lunas and our Roads Less TraveledSM tourism partners offer unique and intimate encounters you’ll always cherish. If you’re looking to experience original Route 66, a charming and historic mansion, one of the America’s oldest churches, a giant stone mysteriously carved in ancient Greek, or world-class wildlife refuges, plenty of new memories await.
You can wander along the ancient trails of a National Monument, hike up the face of scenic Cibola National Forest’s Manzano Mountains, or jump back in time to relive a celebrated Harvey House rail stop. Los Lunas and our partners deliver trips you’ll love and can’t wait to tell your family and friends about.
Tens of thousands of cranes, geese, and ducks winter in southern New Mexico along the Rio Grande each year. Visit the Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area so see these beautiful birds and learn about wetlands ecology the Visitors’ and Education Center.
SALINAS PUEBLO MISSION
Tucked away in the middle of New Mexico you’ll find Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. The three sites offer a glimpse into a unique time in history. A time entrenched with cultural borrowing, conflict, and struggles.
LOS LUNAS MUSEUM OF
HERITAGE AND ARTS
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Arts connects the present generation to the history of Los Lunas, surrounding communities and the State of New Mexico, inspiring a deeper appreciation and understanding of the area’s rich heritage.
CIBOLA NATIONAL FOREST
The Cibola National Forest covers more than 1.6 million acres in New Mexico, with elevations ranging from 2,700 feet to over 11,300 feet.
Dominating the landscape between Los Lunas and Belén, this landmark along the El Camino Real, has more than 1,800 petroglyphs, some of which date back more than 2,000 years. At the foot is a steel sculpture called La Puerta del Sol intended to reflect the diverse cultures of the region.
LOS LUNAS FARMERS' MARKET
BOSQUE FARMS GROWER'S MARKET
Los Lunas Growers Market meets every Tuesday, from June to October at Heritage Park from 4 to 7PM. Our local market unites farmers, growers and local producers with consumers who wish to purchase fresh, locally grown produce and locally made arts and crafts.
“My friends and I drove in from Albuquerque to take part in Black’s Smuggler Winery Arts and Crafts event. We had such a good time and made some great memories.”
Sandra Walker, resident, Albuquerque
Finding Los Lunas and Our Roads Less TraveledSM Tourism Partner
It’s easy to make your way to Los Lunas to start your travel adventure. Located just 22 miles from the Albuquerque Sunport, take Interstate 25 south or jump on New Mexico’s famous Rail Runner to the Los Lunas station. You’ll be in the Village in no time.
Contact us today to learn more about the memorable and rewarding experiences along our Los Lunas roads less traveled.
Our Roads Less TraveledSM Tourism Partners
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