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New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical Society
#1 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Learned more about steam locomotives than any other museum .
The train museum is filled with a great group of guys.
Explora Science Center and Children's Museum of Albuquerque
#2 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Our family loves museums of all types, but especially science museums.
Unlike many children's museums we've visited, I feel the family could stay thoroughly entertained for many hours and still be excited to go back the next day for more.
Unser Racing Museum
#3 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
One of the most interesting museums ever.
Excellent private museum, friendly knowledgeable staff, beautiful racing and classic cars.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
#4 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
And Los Alamos has some other related museums that take a deeper dive into the Manhattan Project itself and some of the engineering challenges the scientists overcame.
For adults who are short on time and interested in the science and the history of the science, this museum is even better than Bradbury or the Los Alamos Historical museums.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
#5 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Probably one of the best museums in the area: Highlighting all 19 pueblos in the region equally with attention to personal stories, artifacts, and history.
One of the best aboriginal museums/galleries/cultural centres I've ever attended.
Albuquerque Museum
#6 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
If you love art museums and New Mexico, you will enjoy this very excellent small museum that has a very important, enjoyable collection.
- Convenient to the National History/Science and Explora museums across the street and walkable to the Rattlesnake Museum and Turquoise Museums.
Turquoise Museum
#7 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Museums and collectors from all over the world, consult with this family of experts.
Our group of six was thoroughly enlightened and entertained by Jacob, our third generation guide through this fascinating family-run museum.
Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum
#8 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
It was one of the nicest and informative museums we have ever been to.
We spent a little over two hours touring the museum (which has great handouts to go with their displays), learned a lot a bout the history of hot air ballooning and how it played a part in various world wars.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
#9 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
While all the other Natural History museums I have visited have focused on the natural history of the world as a whole, this museum focuses on New Mexico, which I found to be very interesting.
It is very well organized and turns out to be one of the finest museums of its' kind in the WORLD.
American International Rattlesnake Museum
#10 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Very well planned and arranged museum with many live snake specimens with excellent information, with pleasant , knowledgeable owner willing to answer questions.
Small museum but really great views of all the rattlesnakes, the staff was very friendly and even recommended a Mexican restaurant down the street that we loved also.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
#11 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Expect to spend some time here if you love museums.
we come form the Bay Area of San francisco and have really fine museums there.
New Mexico Veterans' Memorial, Albuquerque
#12 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
A great memorial with bronze statuary and informational plaques and a small but well executed museum.
The museum display was very small but the volunteers were very knowledgeable and friendly.
Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico
#13 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Spent a Sunday morning here, although the Holocaust part dominates and is well covered in many other museums, so may be repetitive for some visitors the remainder is well worth the visit
The main focus on this wonderful Central Avenue must-see museum, of course, focuses on the Holocaust.
Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
#14 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
It's a small academic museum with a lot of informative displays and descriptions of early human development, also of local area historical culture.
This is a very informative Museum located on the UNM campus which is lovely to walk around.
Telephone Museum of New Mexico
#15 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Fascinating little museum that is staffed by volunteers that give it a very unique place in history.
A very interesting museum with a lot of history about all aspects of the telephone.
Genuine Southwest Art & Gifts
#16 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Santisima
#17 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Hands Down The Best Cultural Art Museum You'll Ever Find!
Artechouse
#18 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Wright's Indian Art
#19 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Even when I am looking at something I'm not buying, it's like a museum for me.
Romero Street Gallery
#20 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Chimney Butte Gallery
#21 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Amapola Gallery
#22 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Onyx Expressions
#23 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Albuquerque Photographer's Gallery
#24 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Weyrich Gallery / The Rare Vision Art Galerie
#25 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Aurora Borealis Glassworks
#26 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Mariposa Gallery
#27 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
University Art Museum
#28 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
A must visit museum.
Fermin Hernandez Fine Art
#29 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque
Tamarind Institute
#30 of 55 Museums in Albuquerque