Things To Do

Golf

Golf

You’ll find a wide range of public and private golf courses for every level of golfer, all with breathtaking views and most open year round.

Arts, Crafts & Festivals

Arts, Crafts & Festivals

You’ll find plenty of arts, crafts and cultural activities to keep your calendar full year round, From Native American Pueblo events to world-famous chile festivals, you’ll enjoy the color, tastes and sounds of New Mexico.

Beer & Wine

Beer & Wine

Albuquerque and Santa Fe are noted for their microbrews, and New Mexico has become well-respected for its many exceptional wineries. Follow our wine trails and take in the many beer and wine events throughout the year.

Hiking and Biking

Hiking and Biking

Road biking, mountain biking and hiking routes cover every kind of terrain, many of which can be accessed from within Albuquerque’s city limits, including the Bosque trail and hikes to Sandia Peak.

Skiing and Snowboarding

Skiing and Snowboarding

Whether you choose to ride the Sandia Peak Tram from Albuquerque to ski the Sandia Mountains, head south to Ruidoso, or north to Santa Fe, Red River or Taos, you’ll find plenty of exceptional skiing and snowboarding.

Casinos

Casinos

The greater Albuquerque area offers several world-class casinos featuring Las Vegas-style gaming as well as horseracing.

Concerts

Concerts

Performing venues range from intimate night clubs to outdoor amphitheaters capable of hosting the largest of national tours, including the famed Santa Fe Opera.

Museums and Cultural Centers

Museums and Cultural Centers

First-class museums cover the art, history, and natural history of the city and state, along with unique museums such as Explora and Tinkertown.

New Mexico State Fair

New Mexico State Fair

The state’s “biggest show” ever September, the State Fair is one of New Mexico’s most popular events, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.

Bird Sanctuaries

Bird Sanctuaries

Each spring and fall the New Mexico skies fill with migratory birds, which can be seen in abundance at the Rio Grande Interpretive Center and Bosque del Apache.