Archive for July, 2013

The Rio Grande Zoo

Rio Grande Xoo It’s time to see some animals! The Rio Grande Zoo is a wonderful place to go with friends or family to see all sorts of different creatures, great and small. You might want to get a map because there are a lot of exhibits to check out and there are certainly some you’ll linger over. Just some of the...
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Rio Grande Botanic Garden

DCF 1.0 The Botanic Garden is a part of the Albuquerque Biological Park, but that doesn’t mean it’s a small part or one that should be ignored! Indeed, the Botanic Garden is a massive place with 36 acres dedicated to all kinds of plants and the animals that frequent them. Within the gardens you will find many exhibits, each with its...
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Albuquerque Biological Park

Enjoy life in all its wild and unpredictable ways by visiting theAlbuquerqueBiologicalPark. This park is an environmental museum and so much more where you can find four major facilities, each with something different for the family to enjoy: the Rio Grande Zoo, Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Tingley Beach, and Albuquerque Aquarium. Each of these locations is near enough to...
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Albuquerque Balloon Festival 2013

albuquerque balloon fiesta Looking to make your sky more colorful? The annual Albuquerque Balloon Festival is an excellent way to make your day more fun and exciting. Not only will the sky be filled with balloons, but there are dozens of other ways that you can have a ball while at the festival! Every morning starting October 5, the balloons will light...
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New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Science and history are always interesting. You never know what new concept or fact you might discover when stepping into a building dedicated to the past and potential of the future.  On your visit toAlbuquerque, you can find all of these things in the New Mexico Museum of National History and Science. Within the walls of the building, there...
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The KiMo Theatre

kimo theatre Looking for something to do once dinner is over? The KiMo Theatre is ready and waiting – provided you have the tickets for the right performance. KiMo has far reaching origins. Built in 1927 in an extravagant style, it has since weathered the test of time and is currently recognized by the U.S. Register of Historic Places, while still...
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The Sandia Peak Tramway

Sandia Peak Tramway A lot of people tend to think New Mexico means nothing but flat desert land. However, nothing could be further from the truth. The Continental Divide is located in New Mexico, and because of this fact, New Mexico is home to a lot of stunning mountain ranges and landmarks. Near Albuquerque, you can get a stunning overview of many...
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Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum in Albuquerque

Explora Science Center A lot of vacation moments include adults wondering what they can do to entertain themselves – but what about the kids? Don’t worry –Albuquerquehas plenty of great places that kids will be thrilled to see and explore. One of the best places is theExploraScienceCenterand Children’s Museum. Don’t be surprised if you learn something as well, mom and dad! Explora...
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