Albuquerque

The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

MK-17 Theronuclear Bomb Display When you’re done hiking the mountains and examining artworks at museums, it may be time for something different on your itinerary. The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History contains a wealth of information that will enlighten and educate visitors about the nuclear age.   The museum was established in 1969 in order to help teach people how nuclear...
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Ski & Snowboard the Sandia Peak This Winter

Are you ready to go skiing? How about snowboarding? People tend to think that just because they’re in New Mexico everything will be hot all the time—that snow isn’t something they’re going to see. But contrary to that belief is the exciting ride down the mountain you can get in full gear and snow flying everywhere!   Sandia Peak...
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The Sandia Peak Tramway

When visiting Albuquerque, New Mexico, one of the grand sights is the Sandia Peak Tramway. New Mexico isn’t simply flat desert land. The truth of New Mexico—including the areas surrounding Albuquerque—is that there are plenty of mountains, rich plant life, stunning open skies, and unique animals to see and enjoy. The Sandia Peak Tramway is a fantastic way to...
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Christmas in Albuquerque New Mexico

Looking for something a little different this year? Christmas comes only once a year, so make it count! Albuquerque has so much to offer, you’ll wonder why you’ve never visited before.   All throughout December there are ways of celebrating Christmas. Get a head start by participating or visiting some of the fun and wondrous events that the city...
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Ring in the New Year at Hotel Andaluz in Downtown Albuquerque

New Year's Eve Albuquerque 2014 New Year’s Eve 2014 – The Roarin’ 20′s “Great Andaluz” Celebration If you’ve come for Christmas in Albuquerque, why not stick around to enjoy New Year’s? Or, if you haven’t come for Christmas, don’t miss out on our New Year’s Eve 2014 Roarin’ 20′s style celebration! Join us as New Year’s Eve 2014 kicks off our 75th anniversary celebration at...
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Conrad Hilton & Our Hotel’s Origins

Much of Albuquerque is still in its original form – or at least, as original as can be while still changing with the times. Hotel Andaluz is one of those locations. A place where old and new come together in beauty and harmony.   In 1887, Conrad Hilton was born right in New Mexico. Eventually he would become the...
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Where to Shop in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a delightful place to stroll around and shop for whatever important items or whimsical knickknacks that you might need or want. There are four major locations that showcase a wide variety of shops that range from locally owned boutiques to galleries full of art.   Historic Oldtown is a favorite of many people due to the amazing...
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Five Great Things to Do When Visiting Albuquerque

The sun is warm and inviting, the landscape is ancient and beautiful, and the people and places are fun and friendly. Why wouldn’t you want to visit Albuquerque? Consider these five things you can do while you’re here.   1. Elena Gallegos Park can be the perfect way to start your day. Wake up and head out for a...
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Visit New Mexico

People like to put a lot of different places on their wish list when it comes to travel. Usually these lists include major landmarks—but what do you do after you’ve seen what it was you came to see? Do you know what else there is to do in the area?   How about trying something else this year? Skip...
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University of New Mexico

Whether you’re just visiting New Mexico or are looking to head off to school, the University of Mexico is a great place to check out. Careful planning went into the creation of the University, which is why you’ll find the campus to be a stunning place. From the smart design of the buildings to the distinctive look of the...
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