Albuquerque’s Exciting Tours

An exciting tour of Albuquerque, New Mexico includes a visit to its parks and museums. If you want to know more about the city’s history and culture, it is highly recommended that you visit these attractions in Albuquerque for more inspiring tours. Add to your bucket list visiting these attractions in Albuquerque! 

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a museum located on 12th St NW in Albuquerque. The museum preserves the history and culture of the 19 Pueblo tribes of New Mexico. During your visit, you will be able to witness cultural performances in the museum’s courtyard. They also offer dining in at the Indian Pueblo Kitchen for you to experience their delicious Indigenous cuisines. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center offers school and group tours. They also allow self-guided tours if you are visiting the museum alone.   

Rio Grande Nature Center State Park

Have a great nature viewing at Albuquerque’s Rio Grande Nature Center State Park. You will find this state park on Candelaria Road NW. Visit the park and enjoy birdwatching all year round. There are about 250 bird species in the park that includes wood ducks and roadrunners. Most visitors love walking on Rio Grande Nature Center State Park’s trails and have a wonderful view of the pond that is full of turtles and migratory ducks. 


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American International Rattlesnake Museum

If you like viewing snakes, it is highly recommended that you visit Albuquerque’s Rattlesnake Museum located on San Felipe Street NW. You will find different kinds of rattlesnakes in American International Rattlesnake Museum including Baja California Rattlesnake, Tiger Rattlesnake and Western Diamondback Rattlesnake. American International Rattlesnake Museum also exhibits fascinating artworks related to snakes and artifacts. 


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