This public art piece near the airport is fondly referred to as the "Chevy on a Stick." Look for it at the corner of Gibson and San Mateo.
An old Jeep takes on a new life with the help of rocks, pennies and a lot of glue at the Tinkertown Museum.
Kids splash in an elaborately tiled fountain at the Rio Grande Botanic Garden.
Ballooning fans congregate at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta every October.
Free spirits roam in the Southwest.
Orbit is the mascot of the Albuquerque Isotopes AAA baseball team.
Kids can get a close-up view of the ABQ BioPark - Zoo's polar bears in their recently renovated habitat.
Sculpture at the Albuquerque Bio Park.
A special visitor appeared in this photograph taken by the ACVB at Casa Vieja. Could it be that the historic house's ghost made an appearance? (This photo has not been modified in any way).
A window stands in adobe ruins.
The KiMo Theatre downtown was built in the 1920s and is one of the best examples of Pueblo-Deco architecture. The swastika-shaped symbol was used by the Navajo to represent "whirling winds" long before the Nazis adopted it.
The Radiation Station at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History lets visitors explore nuclear science.
Albuquerque - It's A Trip
A colorful tile mural decorates the exterior of the Albuquerque Convention Center Downtown.
Look for this metal sculpture, entitled "Live Life as the Pursuit of Happiness," at Tinkertown Museum in the East Mountains.
Ceramic sunfaces are a popular yard decoration used in the Southwest.
The Childrens Fantasy Garden at the ABQ BioPark - Botanic Garden includes giant size sculptures like this watering can.
This life-size dinosaur sculpture threatens to devour visitors outside of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science.
Visitors can walk inside a giant pumpkin at the Children's Fantasy Garden in the Rio Grande Botanic Garden.
The Tinkertown Museum's minature sculptures make music.
Harvest time at an Albuquerque winery.