Home to more than 10,000 people, Silver City is also the seat of Grant County. See the town on a charter bus in Silver City, New Mexico!
A charter bus in Silver City, New Mexico can help you get around town with no hassles.
Some of the best and most attended events in the city are clay Festival, run to Copper County Car Show, and Gila River Festival. Visit the Gila Cliff Dwellings to learn more about the Mogollon culture who lived in the area in the 1200s through the 1300s. Also visit Fort Bayard, which played a significant role as far as the mining districts of the town are concerned.
Then you have the many galleries in the city that give you the chance to see the best artworks, sculpture, leather works, jewelry and other form of art. That includes the Azurite Gallery, Artesanos Gallery, Blue Dome Gallery, Casitas de Gila Art Gallery, Gallery 400, Leyba & Ingalls Arts, Seedboat Gallery, and the Silver Spirit Gallery.
Play at the Silver City Golf Course where you have 18 holes over more than 6,200 yards of golf. Opened in the 1960s, it has a par of 72, a slope rating of 115 and a course rating of 68.2.
Silver City has more than a dozen sites on the National Register of Historic Places. The Silver City Woman's Club was founded in the 1900s and its meeting house was built in the 1930s. The meeting house has a pueblo revival architecture designed by Richard Tatsch, and has been the site of the club's many activities ever since. Meanwhile, you can head over to the Silver City Water Works Building, which was built by John Hill in the 1880s. Then you have the H. B. Ailman House, which sports a Victorian design created by Robert Black in the 1880s.
You should also visit the Silver City Historic District, which encompasses 88 acres of space and has several buildings sporting classical revival, second empire, Spanish or mission revival architectures. You could also visit the Silver City North Addition Historic District, which has Queen Anne homes in around 36 acres of space. Other historic districts in the city are the St. Mary's Academy Historic District and the Chihuahua Hill Historic District.
Then head out to the Western New Mexico University where you can find several sections and halls that are on the register such as Bowden Hall, Heating Plant, Bullard Hotel, Light Hall, Fleming Hall, Graham Gymnasium, and Ritch Hall.
Apart from these nationally registered sites, history buffs would appreciate the Silver City Museum where they can learn more about the city's culture and history. Or you can check out the displays at the Western New Mexico University Museum where you have the most comprehensive holdings of Mimbres pottery, and other artifacts. Aside from the exhibits of the Eisele collection of Prehistoric Southwestern Pottery and Artifacts, you can also see the Casas Grandes Pottery Collection, the Geneva Back Collection, Historic Navajo Rugs, and other exhibits.
Check out the Gila National Forest where you can find a wide variety of fir. The forest has 3.3 million acres of space, with approximately a quarter of it being wilderness. This is also where you could find the state's most remote spot, as well as great opportunities for wildlife viewing. Further the City of Rocks State Park has large rock formations that rise as high as 40 feet. You can enjoy hiking, picnicking, wildlife viewing, camping and stargazing here.
The city has two tennis complexes at the WNMU Campus and the city's parks. Speaking of parks, you have several that you could visit. There's the Gough Park, Pope Street Park, Big Ditch Park, 32nd Street Park, and many others.
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