- TripBuzz found 9 things to do with kids in or near Farmington, New Mexico, including 1 fun activity for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Aztec.
- From Bowlero Lanes to Aztec Museum & Pioneer Village, the Farmington area offers 19 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Bowling and Farms & Ranches.
- Farmington, New Mexico is situated at the junction of the La Plata, Animas, and San Juan Rivers and is geographically one of the largest cities in the U.S. at over 5,000 square miles. Settles by the Anasazi in the 7th century, Farmington is home to a number of Salmon and Aztec ruins.
Pioneer life in the American West is the focus of the Aztec Museum & Pioneer Village. The museum has extentive collections of settler artifacts while the village helps to show guests historical interpretations of the era.
The history of the area is displayed through a variety of exhibits at the Farmington Museum. Traveling exhibits and art shows are also held at the museum in addition to workshops, performances, and special demonstrations.
Visitors can enjoy a complex that houses a private wildlife refuge, working farm and two museums at the B-Square Ranch. The ranch features an electromechanical museum with a diverse collection of older technology and a museum of fish and wildlife.
Farmington's Allen Theaters is a cinema multiplex that presents first-run films in eight separate theaters. It offers discounts and special deals, and serves a variety of refreshments, including popcorn, soda, and candy.
Visitors to Salmon Ruins are able to experience two eras in history by touring the on-site 11th century ruins and a 19th century homestead. Ancient artifacts and a wide range of exhibits are contained in the actual museum building.
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P. O. Box 640, Aztec, NM 87410 MoreLess Info
Acting as a footprint of the ancient Pueblo society, the Aztec Ruins National Monument offers guests the ability to view a mysterious native culture of the southwest. They are also able to enter the only reconstructed kiva in the region.
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1448 NM 511 #1, Navajo Dam, NM 87419 MoreLess Info
The second-largest lake in New Mexico is the focus of the Navaho Lake State Park. There are multiple campgrounds, two boat docks, and two marinas in addition to hiking trails and picnic tables.