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Amador Hotel Ghost Tours
Join El Paso Ghost Tours twice a month to investigate one of Las Cruces' oldest standing buildings, the Amador Hotel. The Amador Hotel dates back to the days of the wild west and the expansion of the railroad heading west. Originally stood as a home and business location for the Amador family. After being closed down for many years the hotel is undergoing a renovation to bring the hotel back to its former glory. Consult El Paso Ghost Tours website and facebook page for date and times for this tour event. EVENT IS CAPPED AT 20 PEOPLE, please arrive early. Tours begin at 8 PM, be sure and arrive by 7:45 PM.
Mesilla Valley Corn Maze
An old fashioned corn maze for the kiddos and the "kids at heart". Take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch to select your perfect Jack-O-Lantern, and go on to discover the many twists and turns of the corn field maze. Saturday and Sunday's from 11 am to 7 pm from September 27th through October 26th. Fees apply.
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Celebration
Come Celebrate Day of the Dead with lots of music and food at Old Mesilla Plaza. A giant pinata will be broken open and homemade altars on display, and the dead are remembered by way of a candlelight procession (November 2). San Albino Church is located in Old Mesilla Plaza and is the address listed for the plaza so you can locate this awesome plaza!
Come enjoy a weekend with Kings and Queens at the 36th Annual Renaissance Arts Fair at Young Park. Artisans will gather together to participate in a juried art show and exhibition. High quality arts and crafts are for sale and are accompanied by live theater, dancing, music and food; all with a Renaissance theme.
International Mariachi Conference & Concert
A week-long conference culminating in a spectacular concert featuring internationally known mariachi performers at New Mexico State University Pan American Center. Parque Festival at Young Park will feature entertainment and cultural activities.
Lake Lucero Tour at White Sands NM
Enjoy a ranger guided hike to Lake Lucero beginning at 10 AM. This three hour, 1.5 mile round trip hike, will allow you to see the gypsum crystal beds of Lake Lucero. Reservations required and special fees apply ($3 each adult; $1.50 per person 15 and under).
Trinity Site Tour on April 4, 2015
Trinity Site (location of the first atomic bomb explosion on earth) is open to the public once a year on the first Saturday in April. Considered more of an open house event than a guided tour. No charge and no reservations required.