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Roswell Symphony Orchestra - Roswell is one of the very few communities in the state with an all-professional Symphony. The orchestra gives five subscription concerts, four chamber concerts, an annual free concert at Spring River Park and Zoo, and a Children's' concert every year.

Community Players of Hobbs - The Players have been Hobbs' community theater for over 73 years. From comedy to drama, Shakespeare to slapstick...it's all here!

Pillow's Funtrackers - The premier family funpark in central New Mexico. Known to families from all over the Southwest, they have provided a fun experience for over twenty-five years.

Roswell Museum & Art Center - A visit to the Roswell Museum and Art Center is food for the soul and fire for the imagination. One of the Southwest's great museums offering an impressive collection of fine art, history, and space science technology.

Hubbard Museum of the American West - See educational videos about horsemanship, history, sculpture and horse racing. The famous Stradling collection of bits, spurs, bridles and saddles from around the world. An amazing collection of carriages, wagons and horse drawn vehicles spanning hundreds of years.

National Solar Observatory - The mission of the National Solar Observatory is to advance knowledge of the Sun, both as an astronomical object and as the dominant external influence on Earth, by providing forefront observational opportunities to the research community.

ENMU Natural History Museum - Consists of an Exhibit and a Research Collection. The Exhibit features live plants and animals native to the Llano Estacado and other regions of eastern New Mexico.

Smokey Bear Museum - The Museum has a terrific and priceless selection of Memorabilia on Smokey. Over 500 items are on display at the Museum. Some memorabilia are dating back to the early 1940's.

Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art - Showcases works of art produced by alumni of the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program. More than 300 diverse works of art enliven its seven galleries and 17,000 square feet of exhibition space.

Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts - Enriches the cultural lives of South-Central New Mexico's residents and visitors. At the heart of the Spencer, in its 514-seat hall, you’ll encounter a powerful experience of the performing arts — outstanding acoustics, intimate seating, and artistry of the highest caliber.

Flying J Ranch Chuckwagon Supper & Western Show - In operation since 1982, offering great food and excellent family entertainment. Since the opening some 28 years ago, over 630,000 guests have been fed and entertained!

Links At Sierra Blanca - Located in beautiful Ruidoso, The Links at Sierra Blanca is a classic Scottish style course that has consistently been ranked as one of the Best Courses in New Mexico by Golf Digest Magazine.

New Mexico Museum of Space History - A complex consisting of a space museum, Planetarium, IMAX dome theater, and an International Space Hall of Fame.

Blackwater Draw Museum - Artifacts and exhibits associated with the Blackwater Locality No. 1 Archaeological Site, one of the most important archaeological sites in the New World. Over 13,000 years of site usage are described, from mammoth hunting to modern culture. A souvenir shop offers related books and gifts.

Billy the Kid Museum - The best privately owned museum in the southwest. At the Billy the Kid Museum you can take in the history of the old west.

Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico - The stately home of Mr. and Mrs. James Phelps White, a Roswell Landmark since its completion in 1912, now stands amidst towering trees at 200 N. Lea, Roswell, as the Historical Center for Southeast New Mexico Museum and Museum Archives.

Ruidoso River Museum - Aims to increase the public's awareness and understanding of the people of Lincoln County in the 1870s and 1880s, most notably Billy the Kid and other Lincoln County War participants, as well as lawmen like Pat Garrett.

Spring River Park & Zoo - If you get a bit tired of the techno world come out to the Spring River Zoo and get back in touch with our planet. Wander and find native plants and animals to enjoy and several unique attractions.

Alameda Zoo - A well shaded, seven acre Zoo home to 90 different species, and nearly 300 animals. Visitors enjoy majestic lions, colorful birds, endangered wolves, and are entertained by the antics of a variety of monkeys. The Zoo also offers travelers a shaded picnic area and playground on a seven acres of city park.