Murder Mystery Dinner Event - The Spy HouseAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events209 High Street NEView siteWhen looking for a night out The Murder Mystery Dinner Event at the Spy House in Albuquerque, New Mexico will provide excitement and entertainment. The Spy House is rated the number two attraction in this area. The Spy House has a strong history. In was here that the United States and the Soviet Union discussed the secrets of the Atomic bomb. The mystery dinner takes place once a month and fills up quickly. In addition to a delicious dinner the performers put on a suspenseful show that will keep a person guessing until the end.
Indian Pueblo Cultural CenterAttractions » Museums2401 12th St NW, 87104The impressive Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is located In Albuquerque, New Mexico and embraces the opportunity to enrich lives and educate all visitors through stimulating tours generously sharing genuine archaeological artifacts and other precious objects that are passionately collected and cared for with a community oriented pride. Within the prestigious library and archives are publications, journals and other interesting documents with important information about languages and dialects of all nineteen individual pueblos. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center welcomes visitor interaction throughout an array of special events and ceremonies featuring historic and contemporary artwork, food, music and dancing.
Explora Science Center and Children's Museum of AlbuquerqueAttractions » Museums1701 Mountain Road NW, 87110Explora Science Center and Children's Museum of Albuquerque features 20,000 square feet of fun containing over 250 interactive exhibits aimed to increase all visitors understanding of a broad range of science, technology and arts with a special emphasis on electricity, refracted light and systems in motion. While many of the activities are aimed at elementary age students, the Explora often hosts special adult nights. The museum has been awarded three national awards for its innovative programming, including one awarded at the White House.The facility hosts a large gift shop filled with great educational gifts at reasonable costs.
Sandia Peak TramwayAttractions » Entertainment10 Tramway Loop NE, 87122View siteSandia Peak Aerial Tramway offers a 2.7-mile trip above the Rio Grande Valley until you reach the top of Sandia Peak at 10,378 feet. Once you have reached the top, you can stare at amazement at the wonderful view from the observation tower. The tram is open daily from 9 AM to 8 PM, except on Tuesdays when it does not open until 5 PM. Remember that temperatures at the observation deck can be thirty degrees cooler than temperatures at the base of the tramway. During special times, the tramway will allow you to bring along bikes and helmets for a special mountain biking event.
Rainbow RydersAttractions » Parks & Nature5601 Eagle Rock Ave NE, 87122View siteRainbow Ryders is a hot air balloon company located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The pilots are extremely knowledgeable and the staff is very friendly. From the time your reservation is taken until your ride is complete the staff at Rainbow Ryders wants you to have the best balloon experience possible. During your balloon ride you will be able to appreciate the fantastic scenery of the New Mexico landscape.
The entire event lasts around four hours. You will enjoy at least an hour of floating in the heavens. After you touch down you will enjoy a champagne toast.
Rio Grande Botanic GardenAttractions » Parks & Nature2601 Central Ave NW, 87104View siteThe Rio Grande Botanic Park is in northwest Albuquerque, New Mexico along the Rio Grande River. It is significant as an exhibit of plants from the Southwest and other dry environments. In addition, the garden encompasses formal gardens and a conservatory which contains plants from the Mediterranean regions around the world including Portugal, Chile, Australia and South Africa. Other features consist of the environment of New Mexico including desert, sand hills and flows of lava, a train layout at Railroad Hill, the Childrenï¿½s Fantasy Garden and the Heritage Farm that depicts Rio Grande agriculture in the early 1900s.
Albuquerque Biological ParkAttractions » Zoos & Aquariums2601 Central Ave NW, 87104View siteThe Albuquerque Biological Park is a museum that has four separate areas: the Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden, the Rio Grande Zoo, and Tingley Beach. There is a railroad that connects all these areas together. The Albuquerque Biological Park has an ocean tank that contains 285,000 gallons of water. In the tank there are saltwater species from the Gulf of Mexico. There is also a 10,000 square foot glass conservatory with desert plants and Mediterranean plants. A fishing lake and model boat lake are also available, along with picnic areas. Come enjoy the Albuquerque Biological Park.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and ScienceAttractions » Museums1801 Mountain Rd NW, 87104The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science offers hand-on lessons in natural history in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The museum is located on Mountain Road, not far from Interstate 40. Permanent exhibits highlight New Mexicoï¿½s fascinating history. A large dinosaur statue standing guard at the entrance greets visitors to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science where, once inside, they will find geological displays and several complete dinosaur skeletons. The museum also offers astronomical exhibits, a planetarium, and a five-story theater hosting 3D movies highlighting New Mexicoï¿½s geological and paleontological past.
Rio Grande ZooAttractions » Zoos & Aquariums903 Tenth St SW, 87102View siteThe Rio Grande Zoo is inexpensive to visit, and is a fun filled park right off the Rio Grande River. The park is located in Albuquerque,NM. The Zoo has a variety of animals which are all from various parts of the world including Africa. When visiting the Rio Grande Zoo you will enjoy more than a 2 mile walk through the park where you can see some of the most popular animals such as giraffes, elephants, rhinos, seals, wolves, polar bears, gorillas, and many more. And don't forget the petting Zoo for kids, bird shows, and even camel rides.
San Felipe de Neri ChurchAttractions » Educational Sites & Libraries2005 North Plaza, 87104San Felipe de Neri Church is a church in the Old Town Plaza district of Albuquerque. The original church was constructed on this site in 1706 and was replaced with the current building in 1793. In 2012, the church, which still has one of the most active congregations in Albuquerque, has undergone major renovations to its current building, which was constructed in 1793. The towers were added to the original building in 1861. The school was constructed in 1878 and the convent in 1881. Visitors are welcome to any service of the church and will want to pay special attention to the elaborate altar, the plaster walls that look like marble and the stamped metal ceiling.
The Whittlesey HouseAttractions » Other201 Highland Park Circle Southeast, 87102
UNM North Golf CourseAttractions » Other2201 Tucker Road Northeast, 87131
Tingley Aquatic ParkAttractions » OtherTingley Road Southwest, 87102View site
Championship Golf CourseAttractions » Other3601 University Blvd SE, 87106View site
Aux Dog TheatreAttractions » Other3011 Monte Vista Boulevard Northeast, 87106View site
The New Mexico School of Natural TherapeuticsAttractions » Other202 Morningside Drive Southeast, 87108View site
Silver Family Geology MuseumAttractions » Other221 Yale Blvd NE, Northrop HallView site
Hallenbrick BreweryAttractions » Other3817 Hawkins St NE, 87109View site
Calibers Gun RangeAttractions » Other5600 Holly Avenue Northeast, 87113View site
Kids QuestAttractions » Other14500 Central Avenue SW, 87121View site
South Valley Canal RoadAttractions » Other
Paseo del NoresteAttractions » Other
Ceremonial CaveAttractions » Other
Chamber Orchestra of AlbuquerqueAttractions » Other2730 San Pedro Dr NE, Suite H-23
Blue Dog Stand Up Paddle SurfingTours » Sightseeing Tours6008 Storyteller Rd, 87120View site
Yoga Simple and SacredTours » Sightseeing Tours1228 Hupmobile Dr NE, 87112View site
Enchanted WindsTours » Sightseeing Tours6703 Acequia Dr Southwest, 87105View site
La PinataShopping » Other2 Patio Market St NW
Amapola GalleryShopping » Other206 Romero StView site
Treasure House Books & GiftsShopping » Other2012 S Plaza NWView site
Wright's Collection of Indian ArtShopping » Other1100 San Mateo Blvd Northeast, Suite 21, 87110View site
Mariposa GalleryShopping » Other3500 Central Ave SEView site
Strictly SouthwesternShopping » Other1321 Eubank Blvd NEView site
Schelu GalleryShopping » Other306 San Felipe NW
The Hunger Artist GalleryShopping » Other3003 Monte Vista, 87106
Ortega's Indain Arts & CraftsShopping » Other6600 Menaul Blvd NE, no 359
Western WarehouseShopping » Other6210 San Mateo Blvd NE
Weyrich Gallery / The Rare Vision Art GalerieShopping » Other2935-D Louisiana Blvd
Nizhoni GalleryShopping » Other323 Romero NW, Suite 1View site
Ernest Thompson FurnitureShopping » Other4531 Osuna Rd NE
Gallery OneShopping » Other3500 Central Ave SE, 87106
Dartmouth Street GalleryShopping » Other3011 Monte Vista NEView site
ABQ Trolley Co.Tours » Sightseeing Tours208 San Felipe St NW, 87104View site
Skip Maisel'sShopping » Shops & Malls510 Central Ave SWView site
New Mexico Mountain Bike Tours-Day ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours87112View site
Bien Mur Indian Market CenterShopping » OtherView site
KiMo TheatreAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events423 Central Avenue Northwest, 87102View site
Segway New MexicoTours » Sightseeing Tours1816 Lomas NW, 87104View site
Albuquerque PendletonShopping » Other1100 San Mateo NE, Suites 2 and 4View site
Albuquerque Little TheatreAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events224 San Pasquale Ave SWView site
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