Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Albuquerque

330 Tijeras NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, 87102

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Parks and Recreation

Albuquerque Biological Park

There is so much to see at the ABQ BioPark, which includes a zoo, aquarium, botanic garden, and beach. Explore the worlds of exotic animals and sea creatures, tour beautiful gardens, or go fishing at Tingley Beach during your visit.

Petroglyph National Monument

These lava flows were once a hunting and gathering area for Native Americans, who left a chronicle of 25,000 petroglyphs etched on the dark basalt boulders.

Rio Grande Nature Center State Park

This state park spans 270 acres of riverside forest and meadows that include 100-year-old cottonwood trees, a 3-acre pond, and more.

La Luz Trail

The perfect activity for the true adventurer, La Luz Trail offers a breathtaking alpine escape. If you're up to the challenge of a hike that goes from 7,080 to 10,280 feet in just under eight miles, this is the activity for you.

Shopping

Gallery One

Featuring folk art, jewelry, and contemporary crafts, Gallery One is famous for their amazing deals and unique items, such as natural-fiber clothing, cards, and paper.

Sunwest Silver

You will find a huge selection of beautiful silver jewelry, charms, and more at Sunwest Silver.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Treat yourself to something delicious at this local favorite before you head home. You won’t regret it.

Skip Maisel's Indian Jewelry & Crafts

Skip Maisel's offers the largest selection of Indian jewelry in the Southwest. Find a beautiful souvenir for your loved ones here.

Dining

Hacienda del Rio Restaurant & Bar

Filled with atmosphere and flavor, this restaurant is set in a 100-year-old adobe structure and has been serving delicious Mexican cuisine for more than 70 years. A mural on La Hacienda's outer wall depicts the construction of this Villa de Albuquerque at the turn of the 18th century. President Clinton ate here in 1998 and 2000.

Range Cafe Menaul

This café on the main drag of Bernalillo, about 20 minutes north of Albuquerque, is a perfect place to stop on your way out of town. Housed in what was once an old drugstore, the restaurant has a pressed tin ceiling and is decorated with western touches, such as cowboy boots and whimsical art.

Sadie's of New Mexico

Voted favorite New Mexican restaurant three years in a row, Sadie’s offers delicious Mexican fare, as well as some of the hottest red and green chile dishes in town. Of course, you’ll need a margarita or two to wash it all down.

Arts and Culture

Albuquerque Museum of Natural History

Take an interesting journey into New Mexico's present and past in this museum on the outskirts of Old Town.

Museum of Nuclear Science

Visit this national repository of nuclear science information and exhibits and learn something new.

Explora

Located near Old Town, Explora creates opportunities for inspirational discovery through interactive experiences in science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

This anthropology museum is located on the campus of the University of New Mexico and features several exciting exhibits.

Golf

Championship Golf Course

This 18-hole course is located at the University of New Mexico and offers challenging play for golfers of all skill levels.

Santa Ana Golf Club

Santa Ana is the home of the NM Open Championship and Nike Tour. This 27-hole course is definitely worth playing.

Desert Greens Golf Course

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This beautiful 18-hole golf course has a medium-length layout and three sets of tee boxes.

Isleta Eagle Golf Course

Play around with friends, family, or colleagues at this 18-hole course that’s perfect for all skill levels.