Albuquerque, United States
Albuquerque is New Mexico’s largest city well-known for it’s Latin, Native American, and Hispanic cultures with a population just over half a million. Albuquerque’s multicultural city also includes Asian, African American, Middle Eastern and other ethnic communities.
Top Attractions to Visit in Albequerque:
Albequerque Museum of Art and History-
One of the leading institutions of history, art, and culture displaying local, regional, and national exhibits. Don’t forget to check out the live performances in the state-of-the-art amphitheater.
Albuquerque Old Town-
A historic district housing a variety of old shops, architecture, restaurants, cafes, churches, and hotels spanning across 10 blocks.
Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway-
Located in the Sandia Foothills, the Tramway is North America’s longest aerial trams. The tram takes about 15 minutes while you enjoy beautiful, expansive scenery.
A family-friendly science center that offers interactive ways of learning math, science, and art through their 250 hands-on exhibits and displays.
Albuquerque Biological Park-
The park is a large environmental park comprised of 4 facilities; the Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Zoo, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden, and Tingly Beach.
Petroglyph National Monument-
Stretching across 17 miles of escarpment known as the West Mesa, the Petroglyphs are a protected area and home to one of the largest petroglyph sites in all of North America. The petroglyphs feature designs, symbols, and drawings of spiritual and cultural importance carved into the volcanic rock.
Hinkle Family Fun Center-
Fun for the whole family! Choose from paint-balling, bumper boats, go-karts, rock climbing wall, laser tag, miniature golf, large game rooms, and much more. It will be an entertaining day for the entire family.
Albuquerque is a fun destination for couples and families with a diverse choice of museums, activities, historic attractions, and outdoor adventures.