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The Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway takes visitors to the 10,378 ft. peak of the Sandia Mountains on a spectacular 15-minute ride from the base.
Explora, located in Old Town, is a hands-on learning center for children of all ages.
The Albuquerque Aquarium, part of the Albuquerque BioPark, takes visitors on a journey down the Rio Grande to its outlet in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum was designed to look like a balloon inflating from the ground.
At Coronado State Monument, just north of Albuquerque, visitors are allowed inside the reconstructed kiva, a traditional Pueblo spiritual meeting place.
Relax and unwind with a massage at one of our serene spas.
An amazing sculpture garden surrounds the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, located in historic Old Town.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center tells the story of New Mexico's 19 Indian Pueblos from their perspective.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center hosts film festivals, lecture series, dance and theater performances and art exhibitions.
The Laminar fountain at Explora! allows kids of all ages to play with the water features and make magical patterns.
Many of the 20,000 images carved into the volcanic rocks at Petroglyph National Monument depict animals.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is an intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age, from early research of nuclear development through today’s peaceful uses of nuclear technology. The Museum is a Smithsonian Affiliate member.
What was New Mexico like 75 million years ago? Learn about the dinosaurs that roamed this area at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.
The museum in the National Hispanic Cultural center features a vast permanent collection as well as rotating traveling exhibitis.
The model railroad at the ABQ BioPark - Botanic Garden runs over trestle bridges and through tunnels on two 400-foot loops of free-floating brass rails.
Learn how to cook authentic Southwestern food at a cooking class.
The New Mexico Veteran's Memorial includes an art installation entitled "Fallen Friends."
See the exquisite pottery of Acoma pueblo one hour west of Albuquerque at the Sky City Cultural Center & Haaku Museum. Guided walking tours of the pueblo are available.
The LodeStar Astronomy Center presents state-of-the-art planetarium shows, a Virtual Voyages motion-simulator ride and observatory programs for the whole family.
The Rio Grande Valley is the oldest wine producing region in the country. Many local wineries offer tours and tastings.
The wooden roller coaster called "The Rattler" is the highlight of Cliff's Amusement Park.