SOUVENIRS IN ALBUQUERQUE

From Native American turquoise jewelry to jars of delicious green chile sauce, Albuquerque souvenirs offer quality and value for your money. We took $100 and shopped for classic Albuquerque souvenirs at local stores. Read on to find out what a great value Albuquerque is.

$17.99 Native American Flute CD

New Mexico's Andrew Thomas is world-renowned for his traditional, haunting melodies. 
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

$8 Bottle Cap Art Magnet

Albuquerque's Goldie Garcia creates whimsical art using bottle caps and popular culture figures like Barbie, Elvis and Frida Kahlo. 
National Hispanic Cultural Center

$25 Turquoise Necklace

Purchase Native American turquoise jewelry directly from the artist in historic Old Town. All vendors must be licensed by the city to sell under the portal. 
Historic Old Town

$7 Pinon Incense Holder in the Shape of a Horno Oven

Bring the characteristic scent of piñon firewood home with you, with an incense holder in the shape of a traditional Native American outdoor oven. 
Aceves Old Town Basket & Rug Shop

$2 New Mexico Pinon Coffee

Rich and nutty, specialty flavors like biscochito and piñon chocolate are available from the New Mexico Piñon Coffee Company. 
Aceves Old Town Basket & Rug Shop

$3 Mini Pueblo Pottery Wedding Vase

Pueblo artisans paint delicate small pottery pieces. 
Skip Maisel's Indian Jewelry and Crafts - Downtown

Free Native American dream catcher

Pick up a coupon at the Visitor Information Center for a free Native American dream catcher with any purchase.
Skip Maisel's Indian Jewelry and Crafts - Downtown

$14 Wooden Box from Morocco

Punched tin is a traditional New Mexican craft available on many objects, such as frames and candle holders. 
Sumner & Dene Creations in Art - Downtown

$2-5 Chile & Salsa Products

Enjoy authentic New Mexican flavor with a variety of salsas, red or green chile sauces, or canned, diced green chiles. If you don't want to bring liquids home, try chile powder or dehydrated green chile stew. Wide varieties are available at area grocery stores and other stores throughout the city.

$5 Balloon Pin

Balloonists collect pins and display them on their hats and jackets. Commemorate your favorite hot air balloon.
Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum

$6 Albuquerque Isotopes Pendant

The Albuquerque Isotopes were named after a Simpsons episode. Their unique logo makes for very popular apparel selections.
Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball Club