Albuquerque Attractions

Albuquerque Attractions

Attractions in Albuquerque, NM

Relocating to, or just visiting the Greater Albuquerque Area?

The following are Albuquerque’s must see attractions:

Old Town – A serene village that has been the focal point of community life since 1706. A delightful experience.

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History – Ever changing exhibits located at 2000 Mountain Road NW.

Explora – Part museum, part science, all very cool. It might be children, but everybody will love it.

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science – Dynatheater, Planetarium and Dinosaurs … Oh My.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center – History and museum of the 19 New Mexico Pueblos.

National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico – Learn about Hispanic culture throughout the world.

Petroglyph National Monument – The images left behind on the rocks tell the stories of those people who visited long ago.

Rio Grande Zoo – A 64 acre park nestled b y the river just South of downtown Albuquerque. Plan to spend all day here.

Rio Grande Botanical Garden – 36 acres of native and exotic plants from the desert and Mediterranean. The PNM Butterfly Pavilion is a don’t miss.

Albuquerque Aquarium – See the eel tunel, seahorses, luminous jellies and a 285,000 gallon ocean tank with sharks, reef fish and open ocean species.

Sandia Peak Tram – No visit to Albuquerque is complete without a ride on the tram.

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