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Fort Selden State Monument, Radium Springs
(3.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Fort Selden State Monument is located in Radium Springs. Fort Selden State Monument is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Radium Springs Edition.
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  • This is an abandoned fort from the 1870s that served as protection for settlers and traders. The Apache were not thrilled at the movement of European settlers into their hunting and gathering lands. D...  more »
  • If you love history this place is a must for you. General Douglas MacArthur was raised here learn to ride and shoot here at the fort. We did this event in the summer and I was extremely hot so do take...  more »
  • Happened in on Father's Day. They were having a breakfast with a chuckwagon theme. My son was thrilled with the tent, memorabilia and artillery set up with the breakfast. The movie was well done and i...  more »
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  • Informative ruins and museum
  • If you are a history buff or enjoy a bit of adventure you may enjoy a visit to Fort Selden, an historical site in Radium Springs, NM! Step back in time when New Mexico was a territory and not a state. Fort Selden was established in 1865 to protect local citizens and settlers traveling through the region. Here you will find ghostly adobe ruins and the stone remains of the prison and court house!
  • There is a fee to see some ruins. No tour guide.