The community of Los Alamos acquires and displays works of art in a broad range of mediums. Artworks are displayed in various public locations to be accessible to residents and visitors alike. A website provides information about artists and the locations of the art.
Ghost Ranch is a unique combination of natural beauty, paleontology, geology, archaeology, history and art. It is not just the values of each of these separate aspects of Ghost Ranch, but rather the synergy of its beauty, its scientific value, its cultural and historical traditions and its spirituality that make it like no other place in the world
The Los Alamos area offers a wealth of options to cyclists, runners, swimmers, tri-athletes, du-athletes, hikers, skiers, skaters, golfers, team sport enthusiasts, and more. Events throughout the year provide competitive opportunities.
The canyons and mesas in and around Los Alamos are linked by a 58-mile network of trails. Hikers, runners, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and other trail users delight in the variety of trails from which to choose. The trails offer a quick escape from the hectic pace in the town, a route to commute to work, an easy stroll or a physical challege, and a chance to observe wildlife or to soak in impressive views.
One of New Mexico's premier Arts and Cultural Districts, located in downtown Los Alamos, home of the Los Alamos Historical Museum, the Bradbury Science Museum, the Historical Walking tour and many more attractions and fine shops and restaurants.