Aztec, New Mexico, is an invigorating and energizing vacation experience.
CULTURAL ENTHUSIASTS are mesmerized by Aztec Ruins National Monument. Located within the city limits, Aztec Ruins is a UNESCO World Heritage Site representing an outlying settlement of Chaco Culture. Visitors enjoy thought-provoking lectures ranging from archaeoastronomy to Native American mythology.
HISTORY BUFFS are charmed by historic Aztec, which predates New Mexico statehood. Historians young and old are immersed in pioneer history at the Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village, spending hours on a historic walking tour of the original Aztec town site.
SUN WORSHIPPERS are enticed by a host of pulse-quickening pursuits, including mountain biking, immediate-area hiking to dozens of natural sandstone arches, fly-fishing the Animas, Piedra and San Juan rivers, and water sports on nearby Navajo Lake.
DINING: Afterwards, travelers kick back at locally owned restaurants and pubs, and take full advantage of boutique shopping at Aztec's eclectic downtown stores and shops. Visitors also find the town's myriad of recreation parks include a modern skate park and challenging BMX riding park, and are Fido-friendly as well.
LODGING: Aztec and the surrounding area offer several fine establishments to suit every need. Come visit for a night or two (or three!) and let us show you a proud and vibrant community where residents and visitors love to work, live and play.
FREE INTERNET ACCESSThe Aztec Visitor Center offers free high-speed wireless Internet and a complimentary PC work station.
VISITOR CENTER HOURSTuesday to Saturday: 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Closed for the holidays on Dec. 24-25 and Jan. 1