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Find everything from Southwestern jewelry to chic apparel to whatever it is you're looking for! Albuquerque's shopping options range from local boutiques to large malls.

The following are Albuquerque's main shopping districts.

Historic Old Town
  • 100+ shops and galleries around a charming 300-year-old plaza
  • Prices that put other Southwestern cities to shame
  • Buy directly from Native American artists along the portal east of the plaza
  • Visit museums, the ABQ BioPark and any of numerous restaurants

Learn more about Old Town Albuquerque.

Nob Hill
  • Small, mostly locally owned stores and boutiques
  • Local restaurants featuring wine bars, live music and nightlife
  • Southwestern clothing, one-of-a-kind jewelry, chic home decor
  • Neon signs along an iconic stretch of Route 66, now called Central Avenue

Learn more about Nob Hill.

  • Specialty shops and galleries featuring contemporary jewelry and art by New Mexican artists
  • Explore Gold Avenue for trendy locally owned stores and street fairs throughout the year
  • The state’s largest concentration of nightlife offerings

Learn more about Downtown Albuquerque.

  • The state’s biggest shopping destination, near Louisiana Boulevard and I-40
  • ABQ Uptown is an outdoor mall with upscale specialty shops, restaurants and a spa/salon. Stores include Anthropologie, the Apple Store, Banana Republic, J. Jill, Michael Kors, Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma.
  • Coronado Center features more than 150 stores, including Foot Locker, H&M, JCPenney, Macy's, New York & Company, Sears and Sephora.

Learn more about Uptown.

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