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Albuquerque Attractions Map

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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Nearby Activities, Attractions, and Points of Interest:

  • Albuquerque Museum
    City of Albuquerque-operated museum of art and history with special exhibits, classes, programs, and speakers.
  • Aquarium
    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.
  • Botanic Garden
    Beautiful gardens and ponds, including extensive xeric plants in the Desert Pavilion, aromatic species in the Mediterranean Pavilion, and the Butterfly Pavilion.
  • Convention Center
    City of Albuquerque-operated facility for corporate meetings, consumer shows, banquets/receptions, seminars, community and entertainment events, etc.
  • Golf Courses
    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.
  • KiMo Theater
    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.
  • Old Town
    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.
  • Sandia Peak  
    Ski and Tramway World's longest aerial tramway lifts you to the top of Sandia Peak. Biking and skiing information as well.