Take a historical hike among 15,000, ancient rock drawings which date back thousands of years (just remember to bring a ... More
Petroglyph National Monument
Take a historical hike among 15,000, ancient rock drawings which date back thousands of years (just remember to bring a camera, some comfortable walking shoes and a hat). The 7,100-acre monument contains some of the nation's largest natural displays of prehistoric artwork. Anasazi nomadic hunters etched various drawings and messages onto the black basalt boulders of the escarpment just west of the Rio Grande. This is an adventurous, educational experience. Visitors can take a ranger-guided tour that can last up to two hours or explore various trails on their own.
This place is known as America's official museum of nuclear science and history. A short movie shown every hour features
Albert Einstein and the people involved with the development of nuclear science. The world's largest public collection of nuclear ...
As part of the ABQ BioPark , this is an awesome orchestration of natural wonder. Sleek and graceful sharks glide
about their sovereignty, a 285,000 gallon climate controlled, simulated natural habitat. Saltwater from the Gulf of Mexico is contained ...
National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico is a state of the art facility which is located in the Rio
Grande valley. Hispano America is proudly represented with contributions to the arts, sciences and humanities. See the joy, passion, ...