New Mexico Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern - Page 2
  66 Diner
  De Anza Motor Lodge
  Enchanted Trails RV Park
  Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta®
  The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
  Historic Nob Hill District
  Sandia Resort & Casino
  BioPark - Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Zoo, Tingley Beach
  Sandi Peak Tramway
  Museum of Art & History
  International Balloon Museum
  Coronado Historic Site Bernalillo
  New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
  Luna Lodge
  J&R Vintage Auto Museum
  Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
  Petroglyph National Monument
  The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
  New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical Society
  Unser Racing Museum
  American International Rattlesnake Museum
  Explora - Learning Center
  The Turquoise Museum
  Tewa Motor Lodge
  Nob Hill Shopping Center
  Pig and Calf Lunch
  Cottage Bakery
  Jones Motor Company
  Barelas-South Fourth Street Historic District
  KiMo Theater
  Maisel's Indian Trading Post
  New Mexico Madonna of the Trail
  El Vado Auto Court Motel
  Pueblo of Santo Domingo (Kewa Pueblo), Santo Domingo is 33 miles north of Albuquerque
  Santo Domingo Trading Post
  University of New Mexico
  Alvarado Transportation Center
  Route 66 Casino Hotel
  Pueblo of Laguna
San Fidel
  Acoma Curio Shop
  Whiting Bros sign near San Fidel
  The Ghost Town
  Acoma Pueblo, stands atop a 357-foot-high sandstone mesa. Long known as “Sky City,” Acoma is one of the very oldest communities in North America, inhabited since ad 1150.
  San Esteban del Rey Mission - Built in 1629
  New Mexico Mining Museum
  Uranium Cafe, Route 66
  El Malpais National Monument
  Ice Caves and Bandera Volcano - Sidetrip: 25 miles to the west on NM-53 are Bandero Volcano and the Ice Caves. The volvano erupted some 5000 years ago and the Ice Caves are always below freezing (at 31 degrees F).
  Pecos National Historical Park
  Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe - I-40 Exit 89
  Town Information
  Town Information

Inscription Rock

  Chaco Canyon
  Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post

Route 66 crossed the Continental Divide five miles west of Thoreau, New Mexico.  At 7,275 feet, it was the highest point on the entire highway.

The Continental Divide Indian Market is shown at right.

Roy T. Herman's Garage and Service Station
  El Morro National Monument - Better known as Inscription Rock
  110 trading posts, galleries and shops project a unique blend of Native American and Hispanic culture.
  El Rancho Hotel
  Silver Dust Trading Co.
  Richardson’s Trading Co.
  Town Information
  Chief Yellow Horse Trading
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