The City We Love
The Duke City is one of the best places in the country to live, work, and play… and it’s the Chamber’s goal to push for an even Greater Albuquerque in the years to come.
Top 50 city for outdoor access and recreation (REI/Trust for Public Land)
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta (880,000 visitors each year and over 500 balloons)
Longest aerial tram in the U.S. to the stunning Sandia Mountains
Rio Grande River (and its beautiful bosque) runs through the middle of Albuquerque
Excellent hiking, biking, camping, skiing and much more
A Great Place to Live and Work
Culture and Heritage – Like No Other Place in America
Founded in 1706 as a Spanish colony
New Mexico is home to 19 tribes and pueblos
ABQ boasts cultural assets like the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and National Hispanic Cultural Center
Majority-minority city, home to 70 ethnic groups
Old Town, art, dance, museums – ABQ has it all!
Snapshot of Albuquerque
Want to Learn More?
For more information about our city’s attractions or to plan a trip to Albuquerque, please visit our partners at www.VisitABQ.org.