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lovely view of the organ mountains, east of las cruces in new mexico

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Las Cruces is the county seat of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, United States. Las Cruces is also known as The City of the Crossses and also the geographic and economic center of the Mesilla Valley. Las Cruces area was inhabited by the Manso people and later, it was colonized by the Spanish. Here, beautiful areas entwine with many points of interest and a friendly atmosphere. 

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Best time to visit in Las Cruces

Weather-wise, the ideal months to visit Las Cruces are from early May through late June and from late August to mid October. Summer months are normally warm, but not excessively hot. August is the rainiest month, while the other months of the year are generally dry. Travelers should remember also that during winter months, Las Cruces does not get particularly cold.

Driving tips in Las Cruces 

Nearest cities in Las Cruces include Silver City and Ruidoso. The driving time from Las Cruces, New Mexico to Silver City, New Mexico should not be longer than  two hours  especially if you drive non-stop in a rental car. If you are heading to Las Cruces  or other cities in New Mexico for the first time, check out our Most Helpful Tips for Visitors Driving in the USA for more road trip ideas.

Top Attractions within Las Cruces 

The Branigan Cultural Center is located in Las Cruces and is of major importance for the history and development of this place. It houses many sculptures, paintings and photographs, covering important periods of time from Las Cruces past and evolution. A visit at this museum enables people to learn more and new things about this area and to also enrich their knowledge. If you love art and beauty or are a history enthusiast, this is the spot to visit while you are in Las Cruces. 

The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum is located in Las Cruces os very large and is an interactive museum that covers about 3000 years of the farming and ranching history of this place. The building is situated at 4100 Dripping Spring Roads and includes six different galleries and corridors, showcasing many tools, structures, fine art exhibits, as well as orchards, gardens, a livestock a pond, the historic Green Bridge, Blacksmith Shop, Beef Barn and many other interesting exhibits that will catch your eyes, providing interesting information about the past of this place. 

The Border Book Festival is a nice event, including readings, trade shows, panels, luncha libre, family storytelling and is held in April. The event began in 1994, being founded by two authors and is very important for the education of the community and for the next young generations.

The Whole Enchilada Fiesta in Las Cruces is one of the most important event in New Mexico, with 50, 000 participant each year. The main attraction of the event is a very large and flat enchilada. This great events lasts since 1980 and each year the diameter of the enchilada grew more and more, so now is certified by Guinness Worlds Records.

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