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From Native American turquoise jewelry to jars of delicious green chile sauce, Albuquerque souvenirs offer quality and value for your money. There are many affordable and unique souvenirs you can take home with you to remember the Land of Enchantment.
Purchase fine art, unusual furniture and unique jewelry at Sumner & Dene Creations in Art. One of their specialties in punched tin, a traditional New Mexican craft available on many objects, such as frames and candle holders.
Find classic New Mexican prints at Kei & Molly Textiles. Dish towels, tote bags and other home, kitchen and bath goods are all available in a variety of bright colors. Kei & Molly employs trained artisans, immigrants and refugees who screen-print each design by hand.
Don’t visit the Hot Air Balloon Capital of the World and forget your souvenir! Visit the Anderson Abruzzo International Balloon Museum for any hot air balloon memorabilia you could think of. Choose from earrings, bags, puzzles, art and more.
Take home a sports souvenir representing the home teams of Albuquerque. The Albuquerque isotopes were named after a Simpsons episode. Their unique logo makes for very popular apparel selections. New Mexico United brings the people of Albuquerque together, and their colorful jerseys and other fun merchandise make the perfect gift to remember your time in Albuquerque. For souvenirs from all your favorite Albuquerque sports teams, head to New Mexico Look.
"Breaking Bad" and "Better Call Saul" are two of the most famous television shows filmed in Albuquerque, and there is plenty of merchandise you can buy to celebrate the shows. Head to The Breaking Bad Store to find everything Breaking Bad, from clothing and unique novelties to items crafted by local artists.
One of the best places to shop for souvenirs in Albuquerque is Historic Old Town. Check out Lapis Room for contemporary art from Southwestern artists. Luna and Luz features Southwestern goods, including vintage clothing, jewelry and bath and body goods. Get your puzzle fix at Puzzled. Purchase handcrafted wooden puzzles, including ones themed around Albuquerque. The Museum Store at the Albuquerque Museum is the place to go to find unique local gifts. Find even more souvenir options in Old Town on our Old Town shopping page.
Take home authentic New Mexican flavor with chile and salsa from El Pinto Restaurant. Buy red chile or green chile sauce, roasted green chile and a variety of salsas. If taking liquids isn’t feasible, grab some chile powder or dehydrated green chile stew at a local grocery store.