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Come experience the unique village of Madrid!

Travel the scenic Turquoise Trail and experience the village of Madrid nestled in a narrow canyon in the Ortiz Mountains. Once a historic coal mining town and ghost town, Madrid is now a creative community with over 40 shops and galleries, several restaurants, a spa and museum. A couple miles north is the quaint village Cerrillos that includes a state park with hiking paths and horseback riding.

Interactive Map of Things To Do In Madrid, NM

See What Madrid Has To Offer

Located on the Scenic Turquoise Trail (State Highway 14) between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, Madrid has evolved into a bustling mountain community of some 300 people. View Interactive Map »

Featured Things To Do

Madrid Old Coal Town Museum

Madrid Old Coal Town Museum

"A Ghost Town Museum". Madrid was a ghost town c. 1953-1973, check out the history, relics and see the Engine House Theatre still in use today. The Museum…

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The Lotus

The Lotus

Spectacular views define the recently remodeled Lotus. The rooms are bright and airy, featuring local original art, hand-crafted furniture, and "pillow"…

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Crystal Dragon

Crystal Dragon

Looking for the best in HANDCRAFTED jewelry accompanied by dedicated and courteous customer service. Please consider- The Crystal Dragon. Peace! Open everyday…

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Gifted Hands

Gifted Hands

Painting, crafts, and jewelry much of the works are made by native americans and other local artists. Open 10-6pm

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Mostly Madrid

Mostly Madrid

Featuring local & native art & jewelry, hand-stitched leather & medicine bags and objects of spirit.

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The Cosmic Closet

The Cosmic Closet

Tarot ·Sabian Symbols ·Shamanic Astrology by Silvianne K. Delmars. Please call or email for an appointment. .

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