Introduction to Espanola, New Mexico
The Spanish first established a settlement here in 1598. The name of the community is an abbreviated term for "spanish town." The town was officially incorporated in 1925.
Espanola and nearby Attractions
- Bond House Museum
- Hyde Memorial State Park
- Taos Pueblo
- Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
- Coronado State Monument
- Bradbury Science Museum
Things To Do In Espanola
Historical sites such as the Bond House Historic Site, the Chimayo Trading Post Historic Site and the Coronado State Monument offer multiple facilities for recreation.
San Juan Pueblo Airport is the nearest major airport.
Espanola Higher Education
Northern New Mexico Community College and New Mexico Highlands University are the local institutions of higher education.