Area Info & Events
Looking for stuff to do in Albuquerque?
Don't worry: you'll never run out of awesome activities for families, friends, business groups, or simply for yourself in our beautiful city.
This is just a small sampling of what you'll find here:
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Official website of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, includes events, photos, frequently asked questions, etc.
- Community Calendar
Nearby Activities, Attractions, and Points of Interest:
City of Albuquerque-operated museum of art and history with special exhibits, classes, programs, and speakers.
Visit the aquatic life of the Gulf of Mexico: salt marsh, eelgrass meadow, surf zone, coral reef, and open ocean. Special exhibits and nearby botanic gardens provide learning and fun.
Beautiful gardens and ponds, including extensive xeric plants in the Desert Pavilion, aromatic species in the Mediterranean Pavilion, and the Butterfly Pavilion.
City of Albuquerque-operated facility for corporate meetings, consumer shows, banquets/receptions, seminars, community and entertainment events, etc.
Information about City of Albuquerque-operated golf courses.
Hispanic Cultural Center
National Hispanic center highlights culinary arts, performance arts, research and literary arts, and technology and visual arts.
Hispano Chamber of Commerce
Provides tourism and convention planning with a special emphasis on Hispanic and Native American markets.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Center managed by all New Mexico's pueblos that includes Indian dances, museum, theater, tours, gallery, gift shop, restaurant, etc.
City of Albuquerque-operated historic theater which first opened in 1927 as a Pueblo Deco picture palace. Regularly scheduled performances held in newly renovated theater.
Manzano Mountain Wilderness
Near Albuquerque, this 36,000 acre wilderness contains 63 miles of trails. Elevation varies from 6,000 to 10,000 feet.
Natural History and Science Museum
Near Albuquerque's Old Town, the museum provides exhibits, a Dynatheater, a Planetarium, Virtual Voyages, etc.
New Mexico Tourism
NM Department of Tourism provides statewide information on events, cities and pueblos, maps, sports, scenic attractions, historic sites, travel planning, etc.
Albuquerque's historic Old Town is where 18th century architecture provides a charming atmosphere for strolling, artwork, jewelry, dining, etc.
- Petroglyph National Monument Over 20,000 prehistoric and historic Native American and Hispanic petroglyphs. The monument stretches 17 miles along Albuquerque's west side.
Rio Grande Zoo
Rocky outcrops, grassy meadows, cottonwoods, and waterfalls create an oasis for exotic and native species: seals, polar bears, wolves, elephants, cheetahs, etc.
Sandia Mountain Wilderness
This 37,000 acre wilderness borders Albuquerque's east side with 117 miles of trails. Elevation averaging 10,000 feet.
Ski and Tramway World's longest aerial tramway lifts you to the top of Sandia Peak. Biking and skiing information as well.