If you truly want to appreciate Albuquerque and New Mexico’s history, the rich diverse culture and the exquisite magical land that is woven together into an extraordinary tapestry, you will have to experience it and plan to extend your visit. As you travel along New Mexico’s scenic by ways, your breath will be taken away by the majesty of snow-capped peaks, the drama of red mesas against an endless turquoise sky and the sweet sounds of meandering streams as they trickle through quiet villages nestled in the shadows of two-hundred year old cottonwood trees.
The City of Albuquerque, together with the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce Convention & Tourism Department, invites you to plan your vacation, conference, workshop or event in enchanting Albuquerque, New Mexico. Map your course along the Rio Grande cultural corridor including Old Town with over 160 shops & restaurants and many citing and historical museums and art galleries that will leave you awestruck and transport you into the past, present, & future. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center nearby depicts the 19 Indian Pueblos of history, culture, food, & customs and much more with a feeling that can transport you into a spiritual realm. The National Hispanic Cultural Center is a treasure to behold with arts, exhibits, genealogy center, performing arts, New Mexico history library, Spanish library, lectures, and many activities throughout the year.
Unique attractions, shopping, fiestas, and festivals awaits you. The Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce Convention and Tourism professionals can assist meeting planners with awide range of complimentary specialized services to assure a successful meeting or convention.
For more information, call the Convention and Tourism Department at 505-842-9003 or toll free 1-888-451-7824 for convention services or 1-800-754-4620 for tourism services. Our fax number is 505-764-8829. www.ahcnm.org