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Sandia Peak Tramway

Sandia Peak Tramway

The perfect awe-inspiring overview of Albuquerque can be had from nearly one mile (2km) above the city on top of Sandia Crest, the windy mountaintop where the view is said to extend for over 1,000...

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

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Petroglyph National Monument

Petroglyph National Monument

One of Albuquerque's most enjoyable recreational attractions is the 17-mile-long (27km) stretch of escarpment of the West Mesa, entered from Unser Boulevard, that is a treasure-trove of more...

American International Rattlesnake Museum

American International Rattlesnake Museum

Albuquerque's Rattlesnake Museum is an exciting and educational experience. Billed as an animal conservation museum the establishment is dedicated to displaying how rattlesnakes influence our...

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

The exciting Museum of Natural History takes visitors on a time trip through 12 billion years, from the formation of the universe up to the present day. From the earth's beginnings...

Albuquerque Museum

Albuquerque Museum

The Albuquerque Museum, on the edge of the city's Old Town, explores New Mexico's past using the largest collection of Spanish colonial artefacts in the United States. Exhibits like Spanish armour...

Turquoise Trail

Turquoise Trail

Travellers who abandon the highway and opt for the scenic byways will be rewarded with The Turquoise Trail state-designated scenic and historic route, which runs from Albuquerque to Sante Fe...

Roswell

Roswell

The town of Roswell in south-east New Mexico has become the focus of UFO and alien hunters from all over the world every since the 'Roswell Incident' in 1947, when an alien craft...

Carlsbad Caverns

Carlsbad Caverns

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a popular attraction in New Mexico containing the Carlsbad Cavern, (also known as the 'Big Cave'), one of the largest underground chambers on earth. A...

Las Cruces

Las Cruces

Located in the middle of an arid desert that sees only eight inches (20cm) of rain per year, Las Cruces was an important waypoint on El Camino Royal, a trade route between Santa Fe and Mexico...

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