A village in Lincoln County, Ruidoso is home to more than 8,000 people. The city invites you to join the Smile High Club when you visit the village on a bus charter in Ruidoso, New Mexico.
A bus charter in Ruidoso, New Mexico can accommodate up to 60 people for your vacation. You can check out the following attractions:
Check out the sculptures of Vincent Kaydahzinne along with the works of other local artists, such as Candyce Garrett, Gordon Snidow, James Mack and Virginia Watson Jones, in their own studios. You can also see and buy from DJ's Jewelry, or check out the pottery at White Mountain Pottery and the bronze artworks at McGary's Studio and Expression in Bronze. Meanwhile, Thunder Horse Gallery gives you the best Native American artworks and products, including ceramics, paintings, handcrafted bowls, furniture, jewelry and Taos drums.
Then do visit the Ruidoso Regional Council for the Arts, an art community that helps promote and develop local talents. It also aims to promote Mescalero, Lincoln County and the city as an arts destination.
Other galleries you can go to include Mountain Arts Gallery, Sonya Smith Galleries, The Adobe, and the Sonya Smith Galleries.
Then you also have the Miner's Home and Toolshed Museum. The museum is housed inside a restored house that was built in the 1800s and offers several exhibits including photographs and drawings. You can check out the grave of the state's first governor, Susan McSween Barber, in the nearby cemetery. You can also go to the Ruidoso River Museum, where you will find photographs, documents, artifacts and other exhibits that focus on the Old West and the Lincoln County War.
Galleria West is the best place to buy souvenirs and gifts. Then do check out the local businesses, such as Candle Power and Mountain Delites, where you can buy great stuff. When you visit, indulge in the best restaurants in the village, including Anaheim Jacks, Grill Caliente, Tina's Cafe, Rio Grande Grill & Tap Room, Cornerstone Bakery and Cafe, Cafe Rio, and the Village Buttery.
Choose from three golf courses in the city: Cree Meadows Country Club, Innsbrook Village Country Club, and the Links at Sierra Blanca. Then check out White Mountain Park, where the Ruidoso Osos used to play.
There are three sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places: New Mexico Military Institute Summer Camp, Main Building, Old Dowlin Mill, and the Ruidoso Lookout Tower.
If you are in the city during the winter months, check out the Ruidoso Winter Park, where you can go on a first-class tubing experience. It also has the KIDZ Korral and other features. Then you can go to Action Ski and Snowboard for tons of fun on the ice. Or to any of the city's parks, such as Grindstone Trails, Ruidoso Municipal Swimming Pool, School House Park, Two Rivers Park, and Wingfield Park. You can also fish at Grindstone Lake and Alto Lake.
Getting a bus charter in Ruidoso, New Mexico is very easy. You can reserve your bus in just minutes!