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Albuquerque Events and Attractions

  • Albuquerque Aquarium - Jellyfish, seahorses, sharks and other saltwater species native to the Gulf of Mexico are on display at the aquarium. The 285,000-gallon shark tank is a big hit with kids.
  • Albuquerque Botanic Garden - Albuquerque's Botanic Gardens is a sprawling expanse of desert plants and medicinal herbs along with colorful species native to the Iberian peninsula, Africa and China. Paths crisscross the gardens, which also feature greenhouses and playful exhibits for children.
  • American International Rattlesnake Museum - Albuquerque’s Rattlesnake Museum is an exciting and educational experience. Billed as an animal conservation museum the establishment is dedicated to displaying how rattlesnakes influence our lives. Exhibits include artefacts, memorabilia and the largest collection of live rattlesnakes in the world. The snakes, gathered from North, Central and South America, are kept in specially recreated habitats. 202 San Felipe NW Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • KiMo Theatre - The KiMo Theatre is a unique registered Historic Landmark and seats 650 persons for a wide variety of local, national and international events presented by the City of Albuquerque and various regional and national Producers. It is available for rental by any individual or group with a performing arts or educational purpose and also for various commercial and private functions.
  • National Atomic Museum - Moved from Los Alamos for security reasons after September 11, this museum pays tribute to the "Atomic Age," from Madame Marie Curie to the Manhattan Project to develop the Atomic Bomb.
  • Santa Fe Southern Railway - Enjoy a scenic ride on the 120-year-old Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad spur from Santa Fe to Lamy through the scenic New Mexico countryside aboard a genuine vintage train. Departing daily from Santa Fe's century-old depot, the schedule presently has trains running year round. On some trains you can feast on a feisty New Mexico barbeque. Cocktails also served.

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  • Fairfield Inn / 1201 N Main St. / (575) 624-1300
  • Days Inn / 1310 N. Main St. / (575) 623-4021
  • Holiday Inn Express / 2300 North Main Street / (575) 627-9900 / (505) 627-9900
  • Ramada / 2803 West 2nd St. / (505) 623-9440 / (575) 623-9440

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Roswell Events and Attractions

  • Bottomless Lakes - Actually seven small park lakes bordered by high red bluffs, the park offers a variety of sports including hiking, swimming, fishing, and scuba diving.
  • Bitter Lake - Native grasses, sand dunes, brushy bottomlands, seven lakes, and a red-rimmed plateau make up Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, winter home for thousands of migratory birds. The lakes on the refuge were formed within the ancient river beds of the Pecos River. These lakes store about 1,000 acres of water at their highest levels; while nearby marshland, mudflats, and the Pecos River provide an additional 24,500 acres of habitat. The refuge's namesake is a shallow playa lake, fed by small springs, that often goes dry during the summer, leaving only a white alkaline lake bed. The water from the springs is brackish and too bitter to drink, but is a favored roosting site for cranes and waterfowl.
  • International UFO Museum & Research Center - UFO phenomenon exhibits and gift shop.

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Santa Fe Events and Attractions


  • Center for Contemporary Arts
  • El Museo Cultural
  • El Rancho de las Golondrinas
  • Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
  • Institute of American Indian Arts
  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
  • Museum of International Folk Art
  • Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
  • New Mexico Museum of Art
  • The Palace of the Governors
  • Santa Fe Children's Museum
  • Site Santa Fe
  • Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

  • Fiestas de Santa Fe
  • Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show
  • Indian Market
  • International Conference on Creative Tourism
  • International Folk Art Market
  • Rodeo de Santa Fe
  • Spanish Market
  • Summer Music on the Plaza Bandstand


  • Hyde Memorial State Park
  • Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
  • Santa Fe Opera

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