Tag Archives: Top Albuquerque Attractions

National Hispanic Cultural Center

National Hispanic Cultural Center [caption id="attachment_24099" align="alignright" width="239"] National Hispanic Cultural Center Credit Danielle Breshears[/caption] While in Albuquerque make sure your group saves time for a stop at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, one of the most culturally immersive spots you can visit in the city. The National Hispanic Cultural Center works to preserve, promote,…
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Albuquerque Museum

Albuquerque Museum [caption id="attachment_24088" align="alignright" width="425"] Albuquerque Museum Credit Danielle Breshears[/caption] Serving as the city's premier cultural center since 1967, the Albuquerque Museum is 'one of the leading institutions for art, history, and culture'. This southwestern history gem tells the story of the rich culture of local people, local history, and of course, local art. There…
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Anderson Abruzzo Balloon Museum

Anderson Abruzzo Balloon Museum  If there is one thing Albuquerque really knows, it’s hot air balloons! Given the combination of the Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum and its counterpart, the International Balloon Fiesta, this spot is seriously one of the hottest for hot air balloon information and experiences. [caption id="attachment_23865" align="alignright" width="256"] Credit Visit…
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Cliff’s Amusement Park

Cliff’s Amusement Park [caption id="attachment_23858" align="alignright" width="225"] Rattler - Courtesy Cliff's Amusement Park[/caption] This combo amusement and waterpark will offer your group a whole day's worth of fun, the park holding roller coasters, water pools, waterslides, and countless rides, not to mention all the carnival style games and eateries along the way. This is the…
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Tinkertown Museum

Tinkertown Museum Over 30 years of whimsy and wonder await your group at Tinkertown Museum, the extremely fun art gallery located in Sandia Park. Inside you will find tinker expert Ross Ward’s elaborately handmade dioramas of Old West Scenes and antique toys, the entire collection providing a truly unique and awe-inspiring experience to guests of…
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ABQ BioPark

ABQ BioPark  Welcome to ABQ BioPark, Albuquerque’s premier environmental museum area containing four separate areas of study: the Albuquerque Aquarium, Botanic Garden, Zoo, and Tingley Beach. All four facilities combined make one seriously impressive and informational Biological Park, making this a very hard attraction to pass up while in town! Start your BioPark visit at…
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NM Museum of Natural History and Science

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science [caption id="attachment_23809" align="alignright" width="425"] Marcin Wichary New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science[/caption] Welcome to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, one of the most popular educational centers in the state. Located on Mountain Road near Old Town, Albuquerque, this natural history and…
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Main Event Entertainment ABQ

Main Event Entertainment  [caption id="attachment_23795" align="alignright" width="425"] Bowling[/caption] What better way to unwind with your group after a long travel day than with some quality bowling, laser tag, and arcade game entertainment time? Here at Main Event Entertainment in Albuquerque, you will find several different fun activities that your group will love plus an amazing…
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Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (Santa Fe) [caption id="attachment_23792" align="alignright" width="425"] John Phelan[/caption] Located in Santa Fe, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, also known as the Lab of Anthropology, is the premier spot in the state to get the most comprehensive introduction to the complex and diverse world of local Native American…
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Bandelier National Monument

Bandelier National Monument  [caption id="attachment_23787" align="alignright" width="425"] Bandelier National Monument[/caption] This massive U.S National Monument sits on 33,677 acres, a popular landmark located 2 hours away from Albuquerque near Los Alamos. This monument preserves the homes and territory of the ancestral Puebloans from the southwest, a truly important cultural and historic landmark. Woodrow Wilson signed…
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