Take advantage of Los Lunas being a nice, quiet spot to spend a night or two.
It's a cool way to see more of the Land of Enchantment.
* A trip into Albuquerque presents
a great many things to see and do. Like the Albuquerque Zoo, historic Old Town,
Botanical Gardens, Museum of Natural History, or the Aquarium. In September, the
world famous Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta is just 25 minutes away!
* Did you see the movie Contact?
(Very Large Array) radio telescope site is just a little over a two hours away from Los
Lunas. The visitor center is open year-round from 8:30am til sunset.
* Come back to Los Lunas through Magdalena and check out the
old buildings still around from the gold boom days.
* Gran Quivera, Abo,
and Quarai anasazi ruins can all be toured in a day from Los Lunas.
As well as a refreshing stop in scenic Mountainaire, NM. The Salinas Mission Pueblos National Monument visitors
center in Mountainaire has many artifacts to view and narrated presentations every hour.
Numerous antique shops can be found in Valencia County.
Unusual items of interest or treasure can be found by anyone who venture there.
|Don't forget! to
bring your camera and plenty of film when you visit Los Lunas. There are so many
photo possibilities to be captured in our beautiful part of the State that you'd hate to
miss any opportunity.
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Tome Hill offers a chance to view
ancient petroglyphs and hike up the sacred land for a self guided tour and view of Los
Lunas and the Rio Grande River valley.
Valencia County Historical Society Museum,
P&M Farm Museum, and The Harvey House in Belen.
A brief 10 minutes south of Los Lunas.
Nearly every weekend finds hot air balloons
over the skies of Los Lunas in the cool hours of the morning. Each March, Los Lunas
holds the third largest hot air balloon event in the State.
Local shops to browse and buy
Indian pottery, rugs, NM culinary treats (like Piniõn nuts and candies), or other
memorabilia to help remember your visit with.