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Experience the beauty and charm of Old Town Albuquerque! Founded in 1706, Old Town centers around the Plaza and San Felipe de Neri Church, built in 1793. Surrounding historic homes and buildings have been renovated into today’s shops, galleries and...more
All reviews lots of shops church street cafe street vendors shop owners art galleries great shopping candy lady san felipe de neri church rattlesnake museum new mexico t shirts local artists catholic church walk around for sale few hours native americans
Enjoyed walking the town. Most things seemed closed at night. Found a couple souvenir shops to buy some shirts. Ate some delicious chimis at Backstreet Grill. Beautiful area and architecture. My daughter wants to visit the museum next time.
We spent an afternoon in mid-October in Old Town and enjoyed the slower pace. It was nice walking to all the shops around town. San Felipe de Neri Church, several restaurants and a nice park are also within walking distance.
We visited during the Balloon Fiesta -- so I may not have had the best experience. Long waits to get into any restaurant (took us 2 hours + to eat). The shops are nice and varied. The town square is a great place to find...More
I call Old Town Albuquerque “Santa Fe light”. It is less crowded, less expensive, but also much less stores than Santa Fe. We enjoyed the stores, the music coming from the Native Americans in the plaza and the flute musician near one of the stores....More
We visited the Old Town area while visiting Albuquerque for the Balloon Festival. We loved the town - a lot of great shops with beautiful jewelry, clothing and artwork, as well as local artisans selling their beautiful jewelry along the sidewalk. Good restaurants and very...More