|Gallup Cultural Center :
n 1996 the City of Gallup turned to the Southwest Indian Foundation requesting the Foundation take possession of the historic and newly renovated Sante Fe Depot. The City asked the Foundation to turn the building into a Cultural Center. Our concept for the Cultural Center is modeled on the Public Square, where the community, school children, and visitors can gather together for forums, lectures, and celebrate the extraordinarily diverse heritages of our region.
|Fire Rock Navajo Casino : Fire Rock Navajo Casino is a Navajo casino located in the town of Church Rock, New Mexico, on Historic Route 66. The Fire Rock Navajo Casino opened on November 19, 2008. The casino is operated by the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (NNGE) which oversees all gaming activity for the Navajo Nation.The Fire Rock Navajo Casino has approximately 900 slot machines, 1 Roulette Table, 7 Blackjack Tables. In addition, it offers a restaurant, gift/smoke shop, and a player's club.|
|Rex Museum :
Get a sense of Gallup’s rich and colorful heritage at the Rex Museum. Once a brothel and later a grocery, the museum building houses exhibits detailing a wide swath of local history, exploring the culture of the area’s earliest inhabitants, mining and railroad activities through to present-day Gallup. Researchers will find a number of important historical resources including an inventory of the graves at Hillcrest Cemetery, photographs, newspapers, artifacts and books about Gallup’s past.
|Isotopes Park :
Isotopes Park is a minor-league baseball stadium located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is the home field of the Albuquerque Isotopes of the Pacific Coast League, the Class AAA affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. The facility was also previously used by the baseball program of the University of New Mexico.
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