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Albuquerque Tram

Albuquerque Tram

The Sandia Peak Tramway runs a 2.7 mile long course, making it one of the longest tram rides in the world. Since opening in 1966, Albuquerque’s most iconic attraction has taken more than 11 million passengers up over 3,000 ft.

July 25, 2017 By Maureen Therese

Chef Joy's Top 5 Coffee Shops

Chef Joy's Top 5 Coffee Shops

I am in love with coffee. Without it, I would not be able to function at the level I do. There are days I work up to 20 hours and well, coffee saves me.

July 25, 2017 By Chef Joy

The Fiesta

The Fiesta

Nothing prepares you for the wonder that is the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Each fall, hundreds of balloons and hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to the Land of Enchantment to be a part of something truly spectacular.

July 25, 2017 By

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Spur Line Supply Co.

Spur Line Supply Co.

in Vacation Planner, Tourism, Destination, Shopping

Albuquerque has its fair share of unique shopping experiences, and Spur Line Supply Co. is surely one not to be missed! Spur Line is a bright, open space offering handpicked and thoughtfully currated goods from New Mexico and beyond.

el Santuario de CHIMAYO

el Santuario de CHIMAYO

in Attractions, Education, Vacation Planner, Destination, Heritage Tours

Hundreds of thousands of people visit the Catholic church Santuario De Chimayo every year. The most visitors come during Holy Week when over 30,000 people will make pilgrimage from all over the world to this holy site.

The Brave – Sophia Pernas

The Brave – Sophia Pernas

in Movies, Entertainment, Theaters

NBC’s newest hit drama series, The Brave, brings to life the dark and complex world of America’s elite undercover military heroes. Our interview with Sophia Pernas (who plays Hannah Archer) covers her character and how she spends her free time in NM.

The Impact of Film

The Impact of Film

in Attractions, Business, Movies, Entertainment, Destination

Film and television production and post-production have had a multi-billion dollar impact in the state, leading to creation of over 350 vendor and service businesses and more than 25,000 jobs for New Mexico residents.