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Stop At: Old Town, Albuquerque, NM 87104, USA
Shops, Galleries, Restaurants, Art and more are found in hidden patio. Steeped in history and legends.
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Old Town Basket & Rug Shop, 301 Romero St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-1377
Our favorite Shop! We are located just North of the Basket Shop.
Stop At: Albuquerque Old Town, N Plaza St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104
Certified Tour Guides dispel the rumors and myths with authentic information about the “Duke City” as they escort you on an exciting adventure through time. Embark on a 75-minute , guided, leisurely stroll which takes you through the streets and alleys of one of the oldest towns in North America.
Life has flourished in the Land of Enchantment for thousands of years. Many early American Indian tribes inhabited nearby pueblos and the Spanish Conquistadors explored the Southwest in search of the mythical Seven Cities of Gold.
Old Town was founded in 1706, over seventy years before the United States became a country, and has thrived on the banks of the Rio Grande for centuries.Our #1 Ranked Walking Tours are held most days and evenings in the historic heart of the Duke City!
We know the sights, sounds, flavors, people, shops, products, places, photo opportunities and all of the unique things that give visitors the complete “Old Town Experience”. Whether you're visiting Old Town for just a few hours or for several days, we ensure that you won't miss a thing!
Uncover Old Town's unusual and well-hidden architectural details. Reminisce about the early southwest pioneers’ daily struggle to survive. Relive the sights and sounds of the Civil War as Confederate soldiers entered the Plaza. Imagine early merchants as they traveled the Santa Fe Trail for trade.
We specialize in informative, interesting and entertaining outdoor walking tours which share a wide variety of interesting trivia and historical facts in the heart of the Duke City. We provide memorable experiences for both locals and visitors to the Land of Enchantment.
Old Town has continued to thrive for over three centuries on the banks of the Rio Grande River. It wasn't until January 6, 1912 that New Mexico was admitted into the Union as the 47th State.
Merchants traveled the nearby Santa Fe Trail and the El Camino Real in search of trade. Explorer Zebulon Pike stayed on the Plaza, held captive in the rectory of the San Felipe de Neri Catholic Church. According to U.S. vital records, Soldiers including General Stephen Watts Kearny as well as Confederate General Henry H. Sibley each occupied Old Albuquerque. Wild West legends as Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid are each rumored to have passed through Old Town
The coming of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad caused a move to New Town in 1880. But later, the arrival of the Mother Road (Route 66) brought people back to Old Town in the 1930s.
A visit to New Mexico is not complete without tasting our renowned chili (red or green).
Many souvenirs for your friends back home can be purchased in Old Town including turquoise, Kachina Dolls, chili ristras and pottery (The cultural corridor includes museums and other attractions in close walking distance)
If you're visiting in December, do not miss the Old Town Holiday Stroll and festive luminarias!
Visiting Old Town Albuquerque with us on foot is the best way to find the well-hidden original adobe buildings and the hard-to-notice unique New Mexican architectural details. Many properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and several hidden treasures are all highlighted by our professional storytellers during our memorable walks
Tours include historical photos, interesting trivia and fun facts of Albuquerque and the state of New Mexico! Our History Tours are perfect for both locals and visitors to the Land of Enchantment. Step back in time and experience our History, Legends & Lore
Duration: 4 hours
Pass By: American International Rattlesnake Museum, 202 San Felipe St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-1442
Get a Certificate of bravery!
Stop At: San Felipe de Neri Church, 2005 North Plaza, Albuquerque, NM 87104
Built in 1706 and again in 1793 in this location.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Old Town Poco a Poco Plaza, 328 San Felipe St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-1499
Nick Garcias beautiful Patio with many unique shops
Duration: 5 minutes