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Jemez Historic Site

Plan Your Visit

Hours and Days of Operation:
Open 8:30am - 5pm Wednesday through Sunday. Closed Monday & Tuesdays.

Closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day.

Special Easter Hours.

Admission Prices:

    General Admission is $5.
    NM residents are admitted free of charge on the first Sunday of each month.
    Children 16 and under are always admitted free of charge.
    New Mexico Seniors with ID are admitted free of charge on Wednesdays.
    New Mexico foster parents and foster children are admitted free of charge.
    A combination ticket, good for admission to both Jémez and Coronado Historic Sites is available for $7.


Location:
On State Highway 4, 43 miles north of Bernalillo.

Directions:
From Interstate-25, take Exit 242 for Highway-550 towards Bernalillo and continue until San Ysidro. Turn right onto Highway-4 and continue until Jemez Historic Site (on the right).

Visiting Etiquette:
Enjoy your visit. Take nothing but memories. Leave nothing but footprints.

Accessibility:
Wheelchair accessible.

Photo Policy:
No photos of kiva interior. Photography inside museum is prohibited. Professional photography with prior written permission only.

Nearby Attractions:
A visit to one of the local hot springs will ease any achy muscles. From Jemez Historic Site you can double back to Albuquerque, but there is also a beautiful drive heading north on Hwy 4 to Valle de Caldera, Bandelier National Park, and Los Alamos National Labs where there is an interesting Science Museum. From Los Alamos, take Hwy 4 east to the 285 and return to Santa Fe or Albuquerque. Or you may head north on the 285 to explore the charming Northern New Mexico towns of Espa?ola, Sanctuario de Chimayo (take the 503 towards Namb?), Truchas, or Taos.

Jémez Hot Springs & Pueblo, National Hispanic Cultural Center, Old Town Albuquerque, Pueblo Cultural Center, Valle Caldera, Bandelier National Monument.