Temporary COVID-19 Closure:
In accordance with revised public health directives, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) has closed its museums and historic sites to the public until further notice. The safety and well-being of our employees and visitors is the DCA's foremost concern. We appreciate your ongoing support and understanding. Please continue to visit this website for updates and to explore virtual visits, programs, and educational opportunities.

Virtual Summer Camp

 

 

Virtual Summer Camp

Travel around the state virtually this summer and explore the culture, nature, and history of New Mexico guided by our eight historic sites. Beginning June 8 and running through the end of July, themed videos and activities will be posted online daily. http://nmhistoricsites.org/virtual-camp

Posted by New Mexico Historic Sites on Monday, June 1, 2020

Beginning June 8, 2020

Travel around the state virtually this summer and explore the culture, nature, and history of New Mexico guided by our eight historic sites. Beginning June 8 and running through the end of July, themed videos and activities will be posted online daily.

Mondays

Alexandra's Adventures

Brought to you by Fort Selden and Taylor-Mesilla Historic Sites

Join Instructional Coordinator Alexandra McKinney as she explores southern New Mexico and brings the past alive through stories of its people and its most interesting places.

 

Tuesdays

Music with Marlon

Brought to you by Jemez Historic Site

Join Jemez tribal member, Marlon Magdalena, to explore musical history and traditions of New Mexico.

 

Wednesdays

Wild West Adventures

Brought to you by Lincoln and Fort Stanton Historic Sites

Volcanoes, cowboys, archaeology, musket demonstrations, and cooking over an open fire! Join Lincoln and Fort Stanton's Staff as they introduce you to Lincoln County's unique history.

 

Thursdays

Glimpse of Life on the Reservation

Brought to you by Fort Sumner/Bosque Redondo Memorial

Create connections to the history of Fort Sumner, the Navajo and the Mescalero Apache, and the poor living conditions they endured.

 

Fridays

Campfire Stories with Carly

Brought to you by Los Luceros Historic Site

Join Carly Stewart at her campfire as she tells stories that explore the magic of northern New Mexico.

 

Saturdays

Summer Fun

Brought to you by Coronado Historic Site

Kick your weekend off with a fun activity focusing on the culture, nature, and history of central New Mexico.

 

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