Places you should visit atleast once in Albuquerque

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For more than 300 years, both Native American and Spanish cultures have been shaping this neighborhood (this is the site..

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Old Town Albuquerque

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Sitting along the Rio Grande river just southeast of Old Town, the ABQ BioPark  is the ideal venue for a relaxing day spent outdoors and a must-see,..

ABQ BioPark

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The city's dry climate is ideal for hot air ballooning, and so during the first week of October every year, thousands..

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

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Sitting on the north edge of Old Town's plaza, the San Felipe de Neri Church, originally founded in 1706, was the first Roman Catholic Church erected..

San Felipe de Neri Church

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Long before the Spanish conquistadors made their way to New Mexico, the region was home to numerous tribes of Pueblo..

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

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For an in-depth look at Albuquerque's rich cultural heritage, take a few hours to explore the Albuquerque Museum

The Albuquerque Museum

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For excellent views of Albuquerque and the nearby Sandia Mountains, take a ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway

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Sandia Peak Tramway

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Neighboring the Albuquerque Museum on the outskirts of Old Town, this museum educates visitors on 12 billion years of natural history

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

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If you're interested in (very) early American history, take a trip to the west side of the Rio Grande River where you'll..

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Petroglyph National Monument

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This 16-mile-long walking and biking path traces the Rio Grande River through central Albuquerque, passing major sites like Old Town and the ABQ..

Paseo del Bosque Trail

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Open since 1993, The Turquoise Museum is a fantastic place to go and learn all about the history of mining and crafting..

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The Turquoise Museum

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