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Kingston Clay Company

Kingston Schoolhouse Museum

Built eight years after Kingston was established in 1882, the Schoolhouse Museum is a one-room adobe structure that served all grades until about 1935.

The museum is owned by the Spit & Whittle Club of Kingston, one of the oldest continuously active social clubs in the west.

Black Range Lodge

Spa Services

Several types of massage and bodywork are available, including hot stone massage, energy work, body wraps and scrubs. The in-house massage therapist also offers continuing education classes for massage therapists at the lodge.

Percha Bank Museum, Kingston

The old Percha Bank is the only fully intact building left from Kingston’s wild mining days. Located a few doors east of Kingston’s bed and breakfast, the Black Range Lodge, the Percha Bank building is often opened for special events. Work by local artists and artisans is sometimes featured alongside the museum’s historic displays and artifacts.

Percha Bank, Kingston New Mexico, July 4 1888

above: Percha Bank on July 4, 1888