Where the West Gets Wild
What do you get when you combine ancient and contemporary history in one unique destination? The rich blend of Tucumcari’s curiosity-inducing past. Discover the dinosaurs of the Mesozoic period, the enchantment of Route 66 travel or the unique history of Tucumcari and Quay County.
Tucumcari is home to a delicious mix of flavors. From burgers to barbeque, classic New Mexican and everything in between, our tasty offerings are definitely palate pleasers.
Tucumcari is home to some of Route 66’s best neon. A stay at one of our hotels will put you front and center. If rustic outdoor beauty is more your speed, Tucumcari is home to a number of hotels that provide great views of our lakes, as well.
While in town, pick up an interesting piece of jewelry or a pair of one-of-a-kind handmade boots. Our shops are home to a variety of treasures.
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List of Events
Entertainment For The Whole Family. Live Music & Dancing, Motor-less Parade with a Longhorn Cattle Drive, Gunfighters, Chuck Wagons, Trick Roper, Longhorn Photo Op, Blacksmith Competition, Fine Metal Art Auction, Food, Vendors & Kid Games
Tucumcari Columbus Club presents the 2nd Annual New Mexico Music Showcase coming first weekend of June 2020. Information and artist line-up coming soon.
Rockin’ Route 66 was created to celebrate the history of historical Route 66 and the rich vibrant days of “good time rock n roll”. Following WWII, America went through some amazing changes and life was celebrated a little different than it is today. From the developing sounds of swing to rock n roll, to the power and muscle of the American car, to the styles and tradition of a country so rich and vibrant with life, Route 66 was the lifeline between two sides of our country. From Illinois to California, Route 66 has created a time capsule of stories, monuments, and music that has never been forgotten. Though times have changed, and an interstate built, the nostalgic history is full of life on Route 66 in Tucumcari, New Mexico.