- Explora – Hands-on, innovative learning center
- ABQ BioPark (Zoo, Aquarium, Botanic Garden, and Tingley Beach
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center – Owned and operated by the 19 Indian Pueblos of New Mexico, it features a museum, Pueblo Harvest restaurant, and the Shumakolowa Native Arts shopping destination.
- Petroglyph National Monument – One of the largest petroglyph sites in North America.
- Rio Grande Nature Center State Park – Park with excellent indoor and outdoor wildlife viewing and trail access to the Rio Grande.
- Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway – An aerial tramway that goes from the city up to the Sandia Mountains.
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science – Permanent exhibits include Emergence, The Bisti Beast, T. Rex Attack!, The Hall of Stars, Entrance Dinosaurs, the Naturalist Center, FossilWorks, and Timetrracks. The museum also features a planetarium and a Dynatheater.
- Albuquerque Museum – New Mexican culture museum with a Jim Henson Exhibition from November 23, 2019, to April 19, 2020,
- Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum – Complete collections of artificats, images, and stories from the world of ballooning. It includes a Weather Lab, Arctic Air, and First Air Voyages in America exhibitions.
- African American Performing Arts Center and Exhibit Hall – Events and exhibit galleries focused on promoting visual and performing arts that support African American culture.
- Old Town Albuquerque – Shops, dining, and museums where the city was founded in 1706.
- Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico – Exhibits and education programs that teach about genocide, prejudice, human rights, and social justice. Permanent exhibits include: Jewish Life Before, During, and After the Holocaust; African American Experience: Slavery 1619-1866; Genocide of Christian Minorities in the Ottoman Empire, and Rwanda: The Tolerated Genocide.
Paseo del Bosque Trail – 16 miles of paved trails through the Rio Grande cottonwood bosque (forest)
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