Gallup Real True- Find your next adventures in Gallup
Visitor Center and ResourcesFor more information, we recommend you visit our tourism website GallupRealTrue.com and our state tourism website NewMexico.org. The Chamber of Commerce also operates a visitor center at 106 West Highway 66 in downtown Gallup. Call the Chamber at (505) 722-2228 or call toll-free (800) 380-4989. You can check out many of our local businesses who are chamber partners here.
Amid the 200 million year-old cliffs at the city’s Red Rock Park and Museum, you’ll discover archeological sites that record the presence of the Anasazi culture, which inhabited the area from approximately 300-1200 CE. The Red Rock Museum has interpretive displays featuring the ancient past alongside more recent contributions from the Navajo, Zuni and Hopi tribes.
Culture and History
The Gallup Cultural Center, located in the historic Santa Fe Railway depot, offers something for every interest: trains, weaving, sandpainting, Historic Route 66, silversmithing, and more come to life in the Storyteller Museum, with in-depth audio interviews with experts. The Rex Museum showcases modern-era Gallup, with exhibits depicting community life during its railroad and mining days. The Navajo Code Talker Museum at the Gallup-McKinley County Chamber of Commerce pays tribute to the valorous contributions of Native Americans to America’s victory in World War II.