Downtown Albuquerque has a variety of historical and cultural landmarks, many of them easily accessible via the walking tours and maps below.

The Albuquerque Historical Society also leads walking tours of the Central Avenue corridor each Saturday from 10am to 11:30am, meeting at the corner of Central & First in front of Tucanos Brazilian Grill. Click here for details.

 

 

Beer + Coffee Guide  To be led by creative forces, start with this list of two dozen coffee and beer establishments easily accessible via a short walk or drive. Click here to access the map.

 

 

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Contemporary Arts Walking Tour Visit some of Downtown’s most vibrant creative spaces, including internationally recognized theaters, galleries, and public art installations indoors and out. Click here to access the map.

 

 

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Public Art & Murals Walking Tour Among the district’s most unique assets are dozens of public art projects created by artists in collaboration with the City of Albuquerque, most of which are within a 5 minute walk of each other. Click here to access the map.

 

 

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Historic Buildings Walking Tour See the district’s oldest buildings, including nearly fifty historic churches, theaters, hotels, and museums spanning 100+ years. Click here to access the map.