Albuququerque is best known for its vast deserts, Native American & Hispano culture, the myth of aliens, chili & enchiladas, and wild pine forests.
Sandia Peak Tramway, In 15 minutes, ascend 3800 feet of drastic Sandia Mountains landscape.
Explora Science Center and Children’s Museum of Albuquerque An absolute must for kids. The exhibits are interactive and fun, great for the grown-up kid as well!
ABQ BioPark Zoo & Botanic Gardens,Spend a day exploring and see animals, gardens, fish, bugs and more!
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center It’s always great to learn about local cultural history while travelling, and this museum tells the story of the first settlers and many tribes of North America.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History Is an Interesting and entertaining way of telling the history and timeline of significant scientists and their findings, there's a seperate kiddies section to make this museum appropriate for all ages.
Star gaze! Renting an RV gives you the perfect mode of transportation for stargazing as you can park somewhere private with no light pollution for the perfect star gazing experience.
Albuquerque North Bernalillo KOA Campground
Palisides RV Park
American RV Park
Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post
Where to go from here:
In state, check out the pine forests such as Gila National Forest & Lincoln National Forest. Or go see the ‘Four Corners’ which is where Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico meet. To the east is Texas, New Orleans and Florida. And to the west you have Arizona, and the coast of California.
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