In the heart of Old Town just off Route 66, Albuquerque Museum is a leading institution for art, history and culture in New Mexico and the American Southwest.
"Only in Albuquerque" is an interactive, engaging, fun-filled presentation of the history and culture of the central Rio Grande Valley.
Visit our exhibitions showcasing lighter-than-air flight and learn about the history, science, technology, and pioneers of ballooning.
For fans of experiential film viewing, the brand new Tim Anderson 4-D Theater engages audiences in visual, aural, and physical sensations as they watch ballooning and other flight and science-related short films.
Recognizes those who have made significant ballooning achievements, including those who have excelled in business, history, design and engineering, in addition to those better known for their contributions in flying balloons or airships of any category, in competition or setting records.
A permanent, immersive, and interactive learning experience that explains weather beginning with the sun, then moving through wind, clouds, storms, and the Albuquerque "Box." A range of other topics focus on seasons, topography, front/pressure systems, and atmospheric levels, among others.