Albuquerque Landmarks and Monuments

(Albuquerque, New Mexico - NM, USA)




Albuquerque has a rich cultural heritage, with many wonderful landmarks, monuments and examples of historic architecture spanning the centuries. The city of Albuquerque and its surrounding area contain a number of landmarks reflecting the city's cultural identity.

Some of the most important landmarks in Albuquerque are truly fascinating and provide a glimpse into the area's history, such as the Coronado State Monument and Petroglyph National Monument.



Bottger Koch Mansion


Address: 110 San Felipe NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico NM, 87104, USA
Tel: +1 505 243 3639
Now a bed and breakfast, this unusual Victorian property has a rich history and was built in 1912, amid distinctly Pueblo and Spanish architecture. Bottger Koch Mansion is situated in Old Town Albuquerque and is visible from the Plaza.
Open hours: daily
Admission: charge for guests

KiMo Theater


Address: 423 Central Avenue NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico NM, 87102-3517, USA
Tel: +1 505 764 1700
This beautiful Pueblo Deco-style building was built as a luxury movie palace. Albuquerque's KiMo Theater has been restored to its original splendor and is now a performing arts venue and Albuquerque landmark.
Open hours: Monday to Friday, ticket office - 09:00 to 16:00
Admission: charge for events

Coronado State Monument


Address: 485 Kuaua Road, Bernalillo, New Mexico NM, 87004, USA
Tel: +1 505 867 5351
Coronado State Monument includes the excavated ruins of the ancient Pueblo of Kuaua. Features include a restored kiva, where visitors can descend into the site of sacred rites, as well as murals and a small archaeological museum.
Open hours: Wednesday to Monday - 08:30 to 16:30, seasonal variations apply
Admission: charge

Petroglyph National Monument


Address: 6001 Unser Boulevard Northwest, Albuquerque, New Mexico NM, 87120, USA
Tel: +1 505 899 0205
More than 15,000 prehistoric and historic Native American and Hispanic petroglyphs stretch 17 miles / 27 km along Albuquerque's West Mesa escarpment. The visitor center at Albuquerque's Petroglyph National Monument is an invaluable educational facility and there are also many walking trails in the area.
Open hours: daily - 08:00 to 17:00, seasonal variations apply
Admission: free, parking fee

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument


Address: Mountainair, New Mexico NM, USA
Tel: +1 505 847 2585
The ruins of the nearby Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument provide a glimpse into the earliest contact between Pueblo Indians and Spanish Colonials. There are ruins of four mission churches at Quarai, Abó and Gran Quivira and the remains of the partially excavated pueblo of Las Humanas.
Open hours: daily - 09:00 to 17:00, seasonal variations apply
Admission: free






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