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3 Great Places to Explore in Albuquerque

Written by Leo Josh.

Albuquerque is surrounded by mountains and deeply entrenched in the Hispanic and Native American cultures. There are a lot of great places to explore in Albuquerque, but here are three that really stand out.

Albuquerque BioPark


In order to visit this Park, all you need is to purchase a combo ticket. Areas to visit in the park include the zoo. Botanical gardens, Tingley beach, Aquarium. Any visit without visiting this park is incomplete. It is designed to have places for education, recreation and research. The park has qualified, and friendly staff to answer all your questions.


National Hispanic Cultural Centre


This is where there are displays of the Hispanic culture. If you want to learn about the Hispanic culture, this is the place to visit. This is the official Hispanic cultural centre. It is located on the banks of Rio Grande river. This centre is rich in valuable attractions, education buildings, art galleries and a restaurant. The main building is in the shape of an Aztec temple. In the theatre, they showcase numerous Hispanic, dance and performances.


Anderson-Abruzzo International Museum


This is home to the international ballooning event. International travellers can use the ESTA travel authorization program to come and visit this museum. Visitors have the chance to understand what ballooning is all about. You can also enjoy a hot air balloon ride. This museum is a fantastic place for family experience. This balloon museum is one of the most fascinating and enjoyable place to be. Albuquerque offers a blend of cultures and natural attractions that have an appeal of its own. For those who love art and natural beauty, this are the place to visit.

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Hi! My name is Leo and I’m from United Kingdom. I’m interested in writing articles and have been a blogger from the past two years. Apart from writing articles, I like to learn new things.

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