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The history of New Mexico is rich and deep. New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts are located near ancient Native American ruins and early pioneer towns, old Spanish missions and Civil War battlefields. Below is a list of New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts located near some of the most prominent historical sites in the state.

Gaze at ancient petroglyphs at Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque and walk among the 700 year old cliff dwellings of the Mongollon people at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. Visit Pecos National Historic Park and the remains of an Indian pueblo that once housed two thousand Pecos Indians - one of the first agricultural settlements of a people who were long nomadic. Walk through the streets of Cimarron, once one of the most infamous pioneer towns in the west.

Enjoy exploring the history of this fascinating state while staying at New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts.


Hacienda Vargas B&B Inn
Parts of Hacienda Vargas date back to the early 1800's and many parts of the buildings are preserved to reflect their history. Two-foot adobe walls, kiva fireplaces, truth windows showing original walls all add to the ambiance of your stay. Located on the historic El Camino Real, the original route between Santa Fe and Mexico City, yet within easy reach of both Albuquerque and Santa Fe. South wing of hacienda was a stage coach stop up until about 1888 when RR tracks were laid across NM. The original adobe chapel, with its mud walls and dirt floor is still in use today.

Algodones (Albuquerque), New Mexico

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Bottger Mansion of Old Town
New Mexico's history is like no other. Enjoy thousands of years of Native American history and culture, Spanish settlements, the oldest vineyards in the country, the coming of the railroad, Route 66, the atomic age, cowboy culture, mining, and Spaceport America. Many ethnic groups contribute to Albuquerque's culture, including Hispanic, Chinese, Thai, and Pacific Islander. There's even a Philippine festival in Old Town! Visit a 70,000 square foot Mexican grocery store to "visit" Mexico without leaving town. Stay at the Bottger Mansion of Old Town B&B to experience it all.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Inn on Broadway
The Inn on Broadway is located in the Historic Downtown District of Silver City. Silver City began as a mining town in the 1870s and then was the home to many TB sanatoriums in the 1900s. There are many historic brick homes and buildings in the Downtown. Nearby is Fort Bayard that was home to the Buffalo Soldiers during the Apache Wars.

Silver City, New Mexico

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Inn of the Turquoise Bear
The Inn of the Turquoise Bear is a downtown Santa Fe bed and breakfast set in a historic adobe villa, and was once the home of noted poet, playwright and essayist Witter Bynner. The estate is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is consider one of Santa Fe's most significant structures. The celebrity guest list included D. H. Lawrence, Ansel Adams, Igor Stravinsky, Martha Graham, Willa Cather, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Stephen Spender, Christopher Isherwood, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mary Austin, Thornton Wilder, Robert Oppenheimer, Frost, Rita Hayworth, and many more!

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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