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Top 10 Local Albuquerque Attractions

Top 10 Local Albuquerque Attractions

Best Local Attractions in Albuquerque

Top 10 Local Albuquerque Attractions

 

Are you new to the Albuquerque area and not sure where to begin? The following are the top 10 local attractions based on TripAdvisor visitor reviews.

Explora

Let the entire family get a hands-on experience with science experiments at the children’s museum.

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Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway

Glide 10,378ft above the Sandia Mountains and take in the amazing views on North America’s longest tramway.

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ABQ BioPark

Take a little trip over to the Botanic Garden to smell the roses, or let your inner child out and visit the Albuquerque’s wilder attractions. Tingley Beach, the Aquarium or Zoo are all fun sections of the ABQ BioPark.

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ABQ Trolley Co.

Take the “Best of ABQ City Tour”, one of the best ways to see and experience all that Albuquerque offers. Provided by the AT & SF (Albuquerque Tourism and Sightseeing Factory), you are allowed to get on and off to get a firsthand experience. They also offer various other activities and tours.

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

The cultural center offers a gateway to 19 pueblos in New Mexico, featuring authentic dances, many different museum exhibits, in addition to the Pueblo Harvest Café.

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Hot Air Balloon Rides

If you’re not afraid of heights, you can experience a hot air balloon ride all year. There are several local companies to choose from.

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Old Town Albuquerque

If culture is your interest, take a trip to visit and learn about the 300-year-old culture, which includes different restaurants, shops, and San Felipe de Neri Church. You won’t want to overlook the American International Rattlesnake Museum, Albuquerque Museum, or Turquoise Museum.

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National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

Take time to explore the missiles and rockets that have been decommissioned while educating yourself on the history of nuclear science around the area from a Smithsonian Affiliated Museum.

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New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

Take a stroll around this Smithsonian Affiliated Museum and see a replica of the Mars Rover, dinosaurs, or relax and experience the full-dome Planetarium.

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Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

If you are a fan of balloons, there is no better place to check of your bucket list as you explore the science and history of balloon aviation. They also offer a 4D theater showing educational films.

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