It’s official. Spring has arrived. What a great reason to get out and enjoy some enchanting sites on foot or bicycle. Driving is an option too!
The Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau has assembled a number of handy printable guides that provide insight to the city’s neighborhoods and historic architecture.
Consider using these guides to help inform your next self-guided tour.
- Plaza to Plaza Walking Tour: Downtown to Old Town
Learn about the history and architecture of the city, from Spanish colonial days to the railroad era, the coming of Route 66 and Downtown revitalization as you stroll from Downtown to Old Town or vice-versa.
- Art Deco Society of New Mexico Albuquerque Pueblo Deco Tour
In the Southwest, the cubistic forms of traditional Pueblos were merged with Spanish Mission architecture and decorative motifs derived from Navajo textiles, Zuni pottery — as well as art from other Pueblos — to create a unique style: Pueblo Deco. Explore this unique architectural form best exemplified in some of Albuquerque’s buildings.
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