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Need some inspiration for planning a future visit to Albuquerque? This page has everything you need from virtual tours to looking at Albuquerque from a new perspective. While we've been preparing for your visit for a thousand years, we can wait a little longer. In the meantime, explore Albuquerque at home for ideas on things to do and see when it's the right time to visit.
Is there a museum or cultural center you have always wanted to visit? Our 360-degree map is a great way to virtually plan a future visit at home. While many of these attractions are temporarily closed and practicing responsible social distancing, many offer unique permanent and traveling exhibits throughout the year.
You can now virtually visit the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Google Arts & Culture at home! Lean more about Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities with the National Hispanic Cultural Center's online exhibits and collections. Explore the details of the Mundos de Mestizaje: The Celling artwork, or enjoy performance images of nationally and internationally acclaimed flamenco and ballet companies and much more.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's Virtual Culture Guide explores their cultural dance program, including a dance video playlist on Facebook, blogs, videos, reading suggestions, and free downloadable pueblo-based curriculum. Take a look and learn more!
The Albuquerque Museum e-museum has a photo archive with over 5,000 photos to browse through! Go back in time and take a look at historical artwork, artifacts, and so much more! Their e-museum also lets you filter by collections, categories, and people, so the things to learn and see at home are endless.
From the International Balloon Fiesta to the arts, you can explore Albuquerque's sights and sounds in full 360° video from the top of the Sandia Mountains to the banks of the Rio Grande, all at home. Take a tour below or learn more here!
We've compiled a list of New Mexican recipes from some of our favorite Albuquerque restaurants, chefs and cookbook authors. The Southwestern recipes below feature authentic New Mexican food, and are great to try at home.
Puzzles can be a great way to pass the time at home. Explore a few of the city's most iconic areas by completing one of our digital jigsaw puzzles! See a quaint artist patio in Historic Old Town, the city at night, the wonder of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta or overlook the city from the Sandia Peak.
Online is a great way to virtually experience some of the wonderful things Albuquerque has to offer. From 360-degree tours of the city to local online shopping, there are so many ways to embrace the city's rich and colorful culture. Whether you are a local, or are hoping to visit Albuquerque in the future, this 7-day video roundup of things to do at home is a unique way to learn about the city.
Over 40 shows and movies have been filmed right here in Albuquerque! With so many different storylines, you can view ABQ through many different camera lenses and scenes while at home. Visit our Film Tourism page to decide what you will stream next.
The Guild Cinema is now streaming quality arthouse movies. Visit their website to see a great lineup of film options that reflect the cinema's tradition of outstanding eclectic films. A portion of the online streaming fee will go to support their business.
Take the Breaking Bad RV Virtual Tour and visit 13 of your favorite Albuquerque film locations from Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and now El Camino. See 360-degree views, scroll forward or backwards, and click on the narrator for information about each unique location. Take the tour at home.
Walking is a great way to get low impact exercise while maintaining a healthy and positive well-being. With the current public health orders in place, it is important to limit group congregations to 5 people, and practice social distancing with anyone outside of your household by remaining at least 6 feet apart as recommended by the New Mexico Department of Health.