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It’s difficult to imagine yourself in Albuquerque. With ancient roots still very much alive and a scene blooming with up-and coming artists, it’s a city that transcends even the highest expectations. Close your eyes, picture a sunset over the beautiful Sandia Mountains, and imagine yourself on a journey you won’t want to come back from.

The Ultimate Weekend of Culture & History in Albuquerque

Day One


Begin your day with breakfast at Indian Pueblo Kitchen, where you’ll fall in love with authentic Pueblo-inspired cuisine, like Native superfoods waffles.


Afterwards, head next door to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center to see art and artifacts from all of New Mexico’s 19 Pueblos, and watch traditional Native dances in the courtyard.


Visit Historic Old Town and explore where Albuquerque began. Grab lunch, then discover unique treasures from the eclectic stores in and around the plaza.


Walk over to the Albuquerque Museum to see local art that spans centuries into the past up to today.


Soak in the natural beauty of the high desert and learn about the region’s oldest culture at Petroglyph National Monument.


Find a performance, concert or event and spend the evening immersed in the local culture. Check out our ABQ 365 events calendar to find the perfect event for your trip. 


Conclude your day by retiring in luxury inspired by the ancient cultures of New Mexico, with a room at Hotel Chaco.

Day Two


After enjoying a delicious breakfast brought to your room, head over to the National Hispanic Cultural Center to learn about our state’s Latin American heritages.


Head to the Village of Corrales to visit Casa San Ysidro, and tour their farm and collection of historic New Mexican art.


Rent a bike from Routes Bicycle Tours and Rentals and soak in the natural beauty of the high desert on their ABQ Riverside Bike Tour.


Savor award-winning wine from D.H. Lescombes Winery while enjoying New Mexico-infused appetizers.


Cross the street to Hotel Albuquerque for an intimate authentic flamenco performance and dinner at their Tablao Flamenco.


Imagine the perfect trip to Albuquerque. Then plan it.