Top 3 Places to See In Albuquerque
Since 1967 the Albuquerque Museum, located in historic Old Town, has represented the cultural center of the city. The Albuquerque Museum offers world-class art and history exhibits along with additional programming that make it a must see in Albuquerque.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Known as the Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is an experience like no other. Named a Top Tribal Destination in 2013 and a 2014 Top 100 Event the Pueblo Cultural Center is a must stop destination.
The Acoma Pueblo settlement is one of the oldest inhabited settlements in the United States and is home to the Acoma Nation. When you’re there don’t forget to visit the Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum.
Top 3 Things to Do In Albuquerque
Shop at Historic Old Town
Everyone loves to shop and Albuquerque has you covered with its unique blend of modern and historical. Old Town was founded in 1706 and is the heart and soul of Albuquerque. From art galleries and antiques to old time general stores and trading posts Old Town has it all.
Hiking at Petroglyph National Monument
The Petroglyph National Monument is a rustic and beautiful national park located just outside of Albuquerque. Hike through Boca Negra Canyon and take in the 100 petroglyphs alone three short paved trails. Two other canyons Piedras Marcardas Canyon and Rinconada Canyon (temporarily closed) offer more views of petroglyphs.
Albuquerque Trolley Tour
Tour the city and take in all of the history Albuquerque has to offer on a Trolley Tour. Just five years old now, the Albuquerque Trolley Tour has become the best first thing to do when you arrive in Albuquerque.