1. Albuquerque Old Town
As the cultural center of the city, Albuquerque Old Town is the perfect place for shopping, dining, touring museums, and experiencing the beauty of the Southwest. In ten blocks of historic adobe buildings, you can explore Albuquerque’s past which combines Spanish and Native American cultures alike. View art galleries featuring art from local artists who work in diverse mediums, ranging from paintings, to sculptures, to photography. Pick out the perfect New Mexico gift at a jewelry store, or head to one of the trading posts for an old west souvenir. Albuquerque Old Town is also the home base for several tours including History Tours of Old Town and Breaking Bad RV Tours. When you’re done exploring Old Town, you don’t have to go far for your evening meal and lodging; multiple hotels and restaurants are in the historic town.
Address: 303 Romero St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
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