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Museum
“Be sure to check out the permanent exhibit, Only in Albuquerque. Museum is free on Sundays from 9am - 1pm. ”
81 locals recommend
Science Museum
“This is an amazing museum with a Dynamax theater, cafe and wonderful gift shop. Tiguex park is across the street for jogging, walking and exercise path.”
55 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Located directly across from the Museum of Natural History, this place gives visitors the opportunity to “explore” and experience science!”
68 locals recommend
Park
“The museum here is small but a hidden gem with interesting, eclectic exhibits. One of my favorites. ”
34 locals recommend
Science Museum
“An intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age, from early development and the Cold War to today's peaceful uses. ”
15 locals recommend
Museum
“Learn the history of the world renown Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta!”
15 locals recommend
Museum
“The largest collection of live rattlesnakes on public display in the world. Check out this amazing little place in the heart of Old Town. Bob Meyers is an excellent and unbelievably knowledgeable guy who loves chatting with his patrons. Your host used to work there once upon a time!”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“A full campus of some of the highest quality venues in the Southwest. Great theater productions, independent movie screenings, art exhibits, most, but not all relating to Latin America. ”
8 locals recommend
Museum
“http://www.balloonmuseum.com/ Informative, interactive one-of-a-kind museum. ”
6 locals recommend
Jewelry Store
“In-depth guided tours of a natural turquoise collection, with hands-on exhibits & a gift shop.”
2 locals recommend
Museum
“Take a walk through the story of a racing legacy. Unser is synonymous with Albuquerque and New Mexico. www.unserracingmuseum.com”
2 locals recommend
Museum
1 local recommends
Library
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“The early Mexican settlers built their homes and museums and shops here. It is very special and nearby is the National Hispanic Cultural Center with a fabulous café and museum.”
2 locals recommend