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Albuquerque Arts

KiMo_Albuquerque You’ll never be let down when it comes to seeking out the arts while in Albuquerque. The city is practically bursting at the seams with artistic culture. From dazzling shows to eye-opening movies, any artist and fans of the arts is welcome to take a dip in Albuquerque’s wealth of arts. When it comes to works of art, you’ll...
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The Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque

petroglyph monument There are many sights to see when you come to Albuquerque, so deciding which places to go and things to do can be a little tricky from time to time. But if you like history, culture, and the outdoors, then there is simply one place you need to pencil in – the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque.   This...
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3 Great Cultural Options When You Visit Albuquerque

Kimo Theater Considering a visit to Albuquerque? There’s more than just warm sunshine, fun shopping, and delicious meals to enjoy. There is also a great deal of cultural heritage among the numerous peoples that have lived here throughout the years, giving Albuquerque a plethora of amazing things for people to see. Start off with the Kimo Theatre. Not only is it...
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The Albuquerque Comic Con is Coming

You know it’s going to be a good day when you can say that Azog, William Riker, and Stephen Frank are coming to town. Albuquerque Comic Con is always a great time filled with amazing artists, storytellers, actors, and, of course, people who can cosplay so well you’d think they’d stepped out of the comic or show! Indulging in...
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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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Titanic Exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

It isn’t every day the Titanic comes to town. But that is what you can expect from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. The exhibit began March 23rd and will stretch all the way until October 27th. The Titanic has had its 100-year anniversary, and this exhibit will display all kinds of interesting and engaging Titanic...
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Seeing Albuquerque in a Day

When visiting a location, you may not have a lot of time to see a lot of sights or enjoy a lot of activities. But when you still want to discover the area before you move on, there are ways of doing so in a single day or even just a few hours. In Albuquerque, you can take one...
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Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Featuring the Art of Curanderismo

One never knows just what might be discovered or learned in Albuquerque considering the rich history of peoples who have lived in the area over the many decades. For those looking for a little something different, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology will soon be opening an exhibit featuring the art of curanderismo. Curanderismo is the traditional art of Mexican...
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Shop Local

Here at Hotel Andaluz we are in full scale Holiday Season. And with Hanukah in full swing and Christmas just around the corner we thought we’d share some hot spots around Albuquerque for unique and LOCAL gifts. In case you didn’t know Albuquerque and Santa Fe have become huge art destinations in the past two decades. With local and...
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