No matter how many times you set foot in Albuquerque, you’ll always see it for the first time. With history that spans millennia and so many unique faces, flavors and fascinating cultures, each trip is a new adventure. From galleries celebrating both ancient artisans and artists up-and-coming, to rooftop brunches overlooking spectacular sunsets, to discovering treasures in centuries-old shops, there’s no way to take it in all at once. And as soon as you’re introduced to one facet, you’ll want to uncover them all.
Explore one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country. Find a unique blend of cultures woven throughout Albuquerque's art, architecture, museums, and cuisine.
Experience the art and history that have shaped New Mexico and Albuquerque at the city's many cultural centers and museums.
New Mexico and Albuquerque are known for their food scene and the cultural connection to the local cuisine. From unique pre-European contact menus to New Mexican food smothered in chile, you'll find something to fit your taste.
Discover Old Town, Albuquerque's first neighborhood. More than 300 years after its founding, it remains a center for culture, architecture, shopping, art and cuisine.