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121 Sandia Crest Rd, Sandia Park, NM 87047-2415
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Private Tour: Albuquerque Full Day
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Private Tour: Albuquerque Full Day
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This private tour of Albuquerque is completely customizable and includes a guide and transportation for up to three people. A great option for first-time visitors, the tour begins in Old Town where you’ll learn more about the history and culture of the city. Visit a working lavender farm, relax for awhile at a local winery, or visit the prehistoric Pueblo Indian village of Kuaua. You may also want to take a ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway, which offers spectacular mountain views. The tour lasts eight hours, so the options are endless.
$295.00 per adult
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But is now so run down if is sad. If you like a dead mouse/mouse pee creepy carnival kind of experience this is the place for you!
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We went to this quaint little museum for my son's birthday. And to the Sandia Crest. Really cool. So much to see and souvenirs aren't expensive either.
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A fantastic whimsical museum near the Sandia Park Tramway (if you’re going there, go here). A great collection of colorful items and collections created/accumulated by Ross Ward over his lifetime. Part indoor and part outdoor, with displays, signs, and figures of all shapes,
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You can't really describe this place. Think of a collection of every trinket, every figurine, every sign you have ever seen, and this is it. It is definitely unique, but it was worth the stop up the Turquoise Highway. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit, but if you are on
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I love miniatures, wood carving, and automata - this awesome, quirky, roadside attraction has it all and so much more! I hope to come back - SO much to see!
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