Netflix launched Netflix in Your Neighborhood: New Mexico, a new website making it easier for fans both local and from around the world to find and explore amazing Netflix filming locations in the Land of Enchantment. This is the first U.S. site of its kind for Netflix and gives fans the chance to visit filming locations of popular titles like Stranger Things 4, End of the Road, The Harder They Fall, Army of the Dead, and Daybreak.

Netflix in Your Neighborhood makes it easy for users to find filming locations by film or series title, or by searching an area of the state. Set locations are highlighted in Albuquerque, Moriarty, Los Lunas, Galisteo, Santa Fe, Bernalillo, Sandia Park and Chama, while also featuring directions to these locations for simplicity. Netflix in Your Neighborhood also highlights tourist attractions and hidden gems near filming locations. Some locations on New Mexico’s site include the Aspen Vista Hiking Trail in the Santa Fe National Forest, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, and Tomé Hill in Los Lunas. The website will be updated as new TV series and films are filmed in the state.

“New Mexico provides an iconic backdrop for our films and series that are watched by our hundreds of millions of members around the world,” said Nick Maniatis, Director of Studio and Production Affairs at Netflix. “We know that falling in love with a show can also mean falling in love with a place, so we built this website to make it easier for our fans to find and visit the beautiful New Mexico locations we use every day.”

The New Mexico-dedicated site is the most recent example of the company’s commitment to the state. From 2019-2021, Netflix spent more than $250 million on local production expenditures in New Mexico and the company is committed to an additional $1 billion in production spending over the next decade. More than 5,000 cast and crew jobs have been created for New Mexico residents during this time.