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Here are your 2 search results for Sightseeing Tickets & Passes in New Mexico, United States

Turquoise Museum Visit

Turquoise Museum Visit - Albuquerque, United States

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Albuquerque, United States

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$21.00

Visiting the Turquoise Museum is an incredible way to learn about turquoise. walk through grand halls of The Turquoise Castle, and see some of the rarest and most collectible pieces of turquoise and turquoise art in the WORLD!

Visit: Turquoise Museum, 400 2nd Street Downtown, Albuquerque, NM 87102

View some of the world’s rarest and most collectible pieces of turquoise and turquoise jewelry.

Visiting the Turquoise Museum is an incredible way to learn about turquoise. walk through grand halls of The Turquoise Castle, and see some of the rarest and most collectible pieces of turquoise and turquoise art in the WORLD!

Visit: Turquoise Museum, 400 2nd Street Downtown, Albuquerque, NM 87102

View some of the world’s rarest and most collectible pieces of turquoise and turquoise jewelry.

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General Admission Ticket Santa Fe Botanical Garden

General Admission Ticket Santa Fe Botanical Garden - Santa Fe, United States

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Santa Fe, United States

From USD
$7.00

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden celebrates, cultivates, and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region in northern New Mexico on more than 50 acres between our two sites, the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve and Botanical Garden at Museum Hill. The Botanical Garden at Museum Hill is a new learning landscape of traditional and native plants, sustainable land- and water-use practices; educational activities for all ages; and an outdoor showcase for presenting music, sculpture and theatrical performances ... More info ›

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden celebrates, cultivates, and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region in northern New Mexico on more than 50 acres between our two sites, the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve and Botanical Garden at Museum Hill. The Botanical Garden at Museum Hill is a new learning landscape of traditional and native plants, sustainable land- and water-use practices; educational activities for all ages; and an outdoor showcase for presenting music, sculpture and theatrical performances. The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is a rare natural cienega, or “marsh” in Spanish, and hosts a bountiful diversity of plants and wildlife. 
Botanical Garden at Museum Hill
Winter Hours (November-March): Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm
Summer Hours (April-October): Open every day, 9am-5pm
Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve
Winter Hours (November-April): CLOSED
Summer Hours (May-October): Saturdays & Sundays, 9am-3pm

Visit: Santa Fe Botanical Garden, 715 Camino Lejo Museum Hill, Santa Fe, NM 87505-7516

The Santa Fe Botanical Garden began in 1987 as a vision of a small group of local gardeners, botanists and environmentally oriented citizens to establish a botanical garden in Santa Fe.  Its two sites have become a valuable resource to our area through educational programs and service to the community.
The Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill, designed by landscape architect W. Gary Smith, integrates the natural and the man-made, a location chosen for its natural beauty and environmental interest has been transformed by excellent garden design, horticultural practice, and architecture. Throughout the gardens native plants are mixed with appropriate non-natives, all selected to demonstrate the variety and richness that can be achieved even in this region of scarce water.  
The Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve is a 35-acre nature preserve located on the I-25 frontage road south of Santa Fe. The preserve is adjacent to El Rancho de las Golondrinas in La Cienega. This rare natural cienega, or “marsh” in Spanish, hosts a bountiful diversity of plants and wildlife. The Preserve contains three distinct plant communities or zones. They are: riparian/wetland, transitional, and dry uplands.

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