You NEED to Visit Roswell, New Mexico! Wacky & Weird Places

You NEED to Visit Roswell, New Mexico! Wacky & Weird Places

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3 Popular Attractions In New Mexico

  • Loretto Chapel: Wedding chapel famous for its Miraculous Staircase, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    • Taos Pueblo: Ancient pueblo (Native American community) near Taos, New Mexico.

    New Mexico Facts:

    • Grants was at one time known as the “Carrot capital of the country” until the process of cellophane wrapping began and California took over title. More recently Grants has been known as the “Uranium capital of the world” and produced the bulk of the nation’s uranium supply during the post-World War II and Cold War era.
    • To a certain degree New Mexico’s Indian Reservations function as states within a state where tribal law may supersede state law.
    • Taos Pueblo has been inhabited for over a thousand years.
    • Taos Pueblo is located 2 miles north of the city of Taos. It is one of the oldest continuously occupied communities in the United States. People still live in some of its 900 year old buildings.
    New Mexico
    Nuevo México(Spanish)
    Yootó Hahoodzo(Navajo)
    State of New Mexico

    The Land of Enchantment

    Crescit eundo (English: It grows as it goes)
    Anthem:O Fair New Mexico” and “Así Es Nuevo México

    Map of the United States with New Mexico highlighted

    Map of the United States with New Mexico highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Nuevo México (1598–1848)
    New Mexico Territory (1850–1912)
    Admitted to the Union January 6, 1912 (47th)
    Capital Santa Fe
    Largest city Albuquerque
    Largest metro and urban areas Albuquerque

    Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (D)
    Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales (D)
    Legislature New Mexico Legislature
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary New Mexico Supreme Court
    U.S. senators
    U.S. House delegation



    •Total 121,591[1]sqmi (314,918km2)
    •Land 121,298[1]sqmi (314,161km2)
    •Water 292[1]sqmi (757km2) 0.24%
    •Rank 5th

    •Length 371mi (596km)
    •Width 344mi (552km)

    5,701ft (1,741m)

    13,161ft (4,011.4m)

    (Red Bluff Reservoir on Texas border[3][4])
    2,845ft (868m)

    •Total 2,117,522
    •Rank 36th
    •Density 17.2/sqmi (6.62/km2)
    •Rank 45th
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) New Mexican (Spanish: Neomexicano, Neomejicano, Nuevo Mexicano)[5]

    Official language None
    Spoken language English, Spanish, Navajo, Keres, Zuni[6]
    Time zones
    entire state (legally) UTC−07:00 (Mountain)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−06:00 (MDT)
    Nara Visa (informally) UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-NM
    Traditional abbreviation N.M., N.Mex.
    Latitude 31°20′ N to 37°N
    Longitude 103° W to 109°3′ W


    9-9-2018 Our weird childhood dreams are realized as we make our way off of Route 66 to Roswell, New Mexico. We visit the Visitors Center, The UFO Museum, Alien Zone, and Area 51! Not THE Area 51, but a pretty cool one still. Also, a quick look at the UFO McDonalds.

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    10 thoughts on “You NEED to Visit Roswell, New Mexico! Wacky & Weird Places

    1. This is so cool. I've always wanted to visit Roswell, but I live in London UK so it's not exactly close. Hopefully one day I will be able to. Thank you for this video! Was a nice virtual visit 🙂

    2. Did you go to the location of the crash I'm surprised not many people go to it when they arrive in NM.

    3. Im Thinking of taking my 8 year old son to rosewell for his birthday soon…do yall think those museums are ok for kids??? Or is it scary?

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