Sites & Events
2Ten Galeria is nestled cozily in one of the 1836 Maese House adobe rooms atop which General Kearny, in 1846, proclaimed the New Mexico territory a part of the United States. There are three rooms of art, collectibles, gifts and Pendleton merchandise.
The City of Las Vegas Museum and Rough Riders Memorial Collection engages visitors in the rich history of the Las Vegas area by collecting, preserving and presenting objects and themes relating to the region's unique heritage, to increase our understanding of the link between the past, present and future. The City of Las Vegas Museum and Rough Rider Memorial Collection opened in 1961 as a unit of the City of the Las Vegas.
The Plaza Hotel opened in 1882 as “The Belle of the Southwest”, the fanciest hotel in all of New Mexico Territory. Lovingly restored and overlooking beautiful Old Town Plaza Park, the Ilfeld Ballroom will be filled with native New Mexican weaver's rugs offered at auction on May 18, and a once in a life time opportunity to view the famous Hubbell Navajo rug completed in the late 1930s by the Joe Family.
Our community gallery will celebrate local fiber artists and their original work. Expect to see woven wraps--ruanas, shawls and ponchos, hats, felted friends, handspun pet fur scarves, wall hangings, art quilts, and more.
The Historic and Culture Center was formed in 1977 to encourage the preservation and appreciation of our area's historic resources for the benefit of the community. During the 2019 Fiber Crawl, the center will feature several display cases of the Spanish Colonial Colcha embroidery. The majority of the work displayed will be that of Beatrice Maestas Sandoval.
ThreadBear is a retail fabric and yarn shop offering a wide array of contemporary and colorful fabrics for quilting and sewing, as well as a generous selection of fine knitting yarns dyed in New Mexico and around the world.