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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.

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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

Coal Miner’s Daughter

Coal Miner’s Daughter

A gallery featuring owner Dean Cheek's knitwear designs. Artwork by Kristin Nelson, Native American jewelry, and much more. Located at Back Road and Hwy…

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Range West Gallery

Range West Gallery

The studio features owner Josh Gannon's rock fountains, Kathleen Casey's paintings and works by several other artists.

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Indigo Gallery

Indigo Gallery

This fine art gallery shows a wide range of art including painting, jewelry and sculpture. Open daily 10-5pm.

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Conley Studio Pottery

Conley Studio Pottery

Lisa's Conley's pottery as well as works from a number of regional artists are offered. On the East side of Hwy 14 near the middle of town. Open mostly…

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Ghost Town Lodging and Loft

Ghost Town Lodging and Loft

A comfortably appointed apartment in the middle of town. Has a secluded courtyard and private parking.

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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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