The true Southwest awaits you in Albuquerque, but why spend money seeing the sites when there are plenty of free things to do in Albuquerque?
Both playful and laid back, the classy bohemian personality of Albuquerque is a mash-up of Latin, Indian and European flavors fused to road-trip-era Americana.
Gentlemen ranchers don their finest Stetsons to visit the opera and lawyers saunter into work wearing hand-tooled boots.
Visitors will glory in New Mexico’s 310 days of sun a year while breathing in the high-desert air scented with sage and piñon.
Whether you want to shop for authentic Native American jewelry, try hot air ballooning, explore living history museums, sample local cuisines or hit the golf courses and spas, Albuquerque has you covered.
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Just arrived here in Albuquerque. May check out some things of interest tonight, and inspect the National Atomic Museum tomorrow before we head off.Dave Wane - September 19th, 2012
Lots of great hiking trails right off of Tramway and Montgomery Blvd. The PINO trail is excellent and very easy to do for all skill levels. You’ll feel like you’re out in the wilderness but you’re just a few steps from the city. The Bosque trail (paved) off of Alameda is also a wonderful place to walk and hike. It takes you all the way to the zoo and you can see the animals from the trial! Enjoy the beautiful outdoors here, we never have cloudy days in New Mexico.John Colangelo - February 18th, 2013
Moving to ABQ first chance we get!Toni Harlow - March 21st, 2013
We also have a bunch of free (or supah cheap) comedy shows and open mics in town. Peh-lenty of information on all that stuff — including a calendar — over at http://www.albuquerquecomedy.com.
I swear this isn’t a spammy thing. Just wanted to spread some fun info!Sarah Kennedy - May 3rd, 2013