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Experience the beauty and charm of Old Town Albuquerque! Founded in 1706, Old Town centers around the Plaza and San Felipe de Neri Church, built in 1793. Surrounding historic homes and buildings have been renovated into today’s shops, galleries and...more
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My husband and I enjoyed visiting Old Town. We loved all of the local shops and items made by artisans in New Mexico. You can find some great souvenirs here as well! If you like doing some light shopping, or even window shopping/people watching.. this...More
When we end up spending the night in Abuquerque, we always stay near Old Town as it is only 15 minutes to the Sunport. It is an oasis of time in another large city. It is the plaza that defines New Mexican towns and you...More
Very cool historic plaza. The church is a must! You will be done in about an hour, hour and half ( is not very big) there’s shopping and nice restaurants. At night time they have ghosts tours , and is ok for all ages as...More
This is a few blocks of old houses that have been converted into a bunch of stores. Tons of beautiful jewelry, pottery, etc. I’m just not a shopper at heart, so after the fifth mostly identical store I got a little antsy. For me, an...More
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Hello! The Portal Market is 7 days a week - rain or shine. The Market serves as an outlet for local Native American artisans to sell their handmade jewelry and art. If you're looking for a place to buy authentic, handcrafted... More
Hello! The Portal Market is 7 days a week - rain or shine. The Market serves as an outlet for local Native American artisans to sell their handmade jewelry and art. If you're looking for a place to buy authentic, handcrafted jewelry of the Southwest, the Old Town Portal Market is the place to be! You can find the Market to the East of the Old Town Plaza (where the Gazebo is located) along San Felipe St.