- Our list of the best things to do in Silver City, New Mexico, features the top 19 nearby activities — including 10 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Silver City, NM has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Silver City, NM
89% 70 votes
1000 West College Avenue, Silver City, NM MoreLess Info
The cultural and artistic heritage of the region is the focus of the Western New Mexico University Museum. Archaeology, art, and history are included in the collections with events and exhibitions held at the site throughout the year.
The cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico is preserved and interpreted at the Silver City Museum. Popular exhibits cover the flood season within the region, ghost towns, and how territory shifted through time.
100% 10 votes
125 Arenas Valley Road, Silver City, NM MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of excursions, WolfHorse Outfitters Day Tours are inspired by Native American culture. Tour options include horseback riding, hiking, outdoor living, photography and ecology, along with history, interpretive and cultural education programs.
The Silver City Visitors Center offers visitors local information on Silver City and the surrounding areas. The friendly staff offers hiking trail maps, attraction information, such as the local parks and antique shops.
83% 80 votes
on Hwy 152, about 15 miles east of Silver City, Silver City, NM MoreLess Info
Overlooking the open pit of the copper mine, Chino Mine Vista Point is a picturesque scene and offers educational displays about the process of mining and its various improvements and uses throughout history.
100% 5 votes
HC 68 Box 100, Gila National Forest, Silver City, NM 88061 MoreLess Info
Featuring historic dwellings carved into the canyon, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument offers visitors an inside glimpse to life 700 years ago for the Puebloan people. Visitors can explore the cave dwellings and discover Native American pictographs on the walls.
With an acre to roam, Penny Park offers visitors a multi-tier playground with two story slides, swings, and multiple play structures. The park also has a grass field with plenty of shaded areas for family picnics.