Old Town Map - The Hotel Blue

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Old Town Map - The Hotel Blue
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49 OLD TOWN ANTIQUES 404 San Felipe NW
• 505-842-6657 • www.oldtownantiquesabq.com
• Part store, part museum • Antiques • Vintage &
pawn jewelry • Textiles • NM • SW • NA •
Mexican • Photos • Books • More!
• 505-247-2475 • www.WildMoonBoutique.com
• Custom Designed, handcrafted leather apparel &
bags. Handcrafted indigenous/ceremonial clothing/
textiles, drums/rattles, jewelry, gift items. Unique!!
18 RIO GRANDE GALLERY
29 HANGING TREE GALLERY 416 Romero NW
• 505-842-1420 • [email protected]
• Antiques • WPA furnishings • Paintings by deceased
NM artist • Indian old pawn & more! Carl Von Hassler,
Ben Turner, Walter Bambrook.
303 Romero NW #205 (upstairs) •
505-242-8008 • 505-610-7662 •
www.riograndegallery.com
• [email protected]
• We offer the most exquisite array of Native and
international artists. RC Gorman, Frank Howell.
GENERAL STORES &
TRADING POSTS
19 ACEVES OLD TOWN BASKET &
RUG SHOP (Plaza Don Luis)
301 Romero St NW • 505-842-8022
• www.newmexicogifts.com • THE best prices on an
amazing collection of everything Southwest: Weavings,
Tile, Mirrors, New Mexican Foods, Kitchen Accessories,
Teas, Local Artwork and MORE!
27 ROMERO STREET GALLERY 106 & 205 Romero
• 505-242-1860 • Old Town’s premier galleries
showing over 200 American craft artists • 30 yrs
in business!
ART GALLERIES
30 AGAPE SOUTHWEST PUEBLO POTTERY
414 Romero NW • 505-243-2366
• www.agapesw.com • Celebrating 20
years of providing quality handmade
Native American pottery for both seasoned
& novice collectors. See pottery from all 19 pueblos +
Hopi & Navajo. Also jewelry • kachinas • baskets.
10 TANNER CHANEY GALLERY
79 RIO GRANDE TRADING 1920 Central AVE.
• 505-242-3739 • Just south of the Old Town Plaza.
Our low prices will impress! Jewelry, Gifts & Clothing.
(Plazuela Sombra) 323 Romero
• 505-247-2242 • 800-444-2242
• www.tannerchaney.com • “Highly
recommended” by Frommer’s for
authentic & unique Native American
historic & contemporary jewelry & pottery; also Mata
Ortiz pottery. Zapotec rugs & Oaxacan carvings.
12B ALBUQUERQUE PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY
303 Romero St. N208 (Upstairs) • 505-244-9195
• www.AbqPhotographersGallery.com • A co-op
of award winning local photographers selling
fine art images.
45 PLAZA INDIAN TRADING POST
2004 S. Plaza NW • 505-242-4661
• [email protected] • Handmade Zuni, Navajo &
Hopi jewelry • Pueblos’ Pottery • Taos & Cochiti drums
• Jemez storytellers • Apache baskets • 60 years!
14 WEEMS GALLERIES & FRAMING
(Plaza Don Luis) 303 Romero NW • 505-764-0302
• www.weemsgallery.com • Nationally known – the
name Weems is synonymous with high quality art in
a great variety of styles & prices.
20 AMAPOLA GALLERY 205 Romero St NW
• 505-242-4311 • www.amapolagallery.com
• A spectacular array of fine art & crafts in a co-op
of 40 award-winning New Mexico artists.
70 SOUTHWESTERN HANDCRAFTS
& GIFTS 1919 Old Town Rd NW
• 505-243-2507 • T-shirts from toddler to
XXXL • Kachinas • Native pottery • Mara
stoneware • Rt. 66 and alien items • much more. We
always give a military discount! Discounts for teachers
and NRAO, NASA, too!
59 YUCCA ART GALLERY (#1 Patio Market)
• 206 1/2 San Felipe NW • 505-247-8931
• www.YuccaArtGallery.com • Co-op gallery
featuring 38 artists.
12 ANDREWS PUEBLO POTTERY &
ART GALLERY (Plaza Don Luis)
303 Romero • 505-243-0414
• 877-606-0543 • www.andrewspp.com
• [email protected] • American
Indian pottery • fetish carvings • baskets • beadwork
• Sheldon Harvey paintings & figures. Train olla by
Barbara & Joesph Cerno, Acoma.
5 DESERT CORN GALLERY 413 Romero #C
• 505-244-9044 • www.desertcorngallerynm.com
• Multicultural, one-of-a-kind, Art, Jewelry, Pottery,
Crafts, Exclusive Representation.
GIFT & SOUVENIR STORES
CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES
64 CASA SAN FELIPE 202 San Felipe NW
• 505-242-3753 • 505-242-3835
• www.casasanfelipenm • [email protected]
• Gift & souvenir store!
54 ABI K BOUTIQUE 328 San Felipe • 505-243-8838
• www.abik.us • For the fashion conscious who love
fun clothing, jewelry, accessories & more! Ask about
map discounts.
71 ELAINE’S OF OLD TOWN #4 Plaza Hacienda Shops
• 505-242-2608 • www.ElainesOfOldTown.com
• Where locals shop for metal art, pottery, candles,
t-shirts & Oaxacan Art.
48 THE OLD TOWN HAT SHOP &
ACCESSORY BOUTIQUE
205-C San Felipe NW • 505-242-4019
• www.oldtownhats.com • A fantastic
selection of hats for all, plus quality belts
• jackets
• scarves • shawls • purses & jewelry. We invite you
to enjoy this local favorite!
13 GOWEN ARTS 303 Romero #N114
• 505-242-6831 • www.galleryg7.com
• [email protected] • Greg Gowen metal art, stone
sculptures, paintings, jewelry, Native American art.
4 OUTSIDERS ART GALLERY 413 Romero NW Ste. B
• 505-246-2002 • www.outsidersartgallerynm.com
• [email protected] • Modern,
Western, Equine, Native American, Spirit Dolls,
Ukrainian Eggs. Limited Edition & Collectables.
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61 WILD MOON BOUTIQUE – WHERE THE WILD
WOMAN SHOPS 206 San Felipe, Market Patio
23 PENFIELD GALLERY OF INDIAN ART 2043 S. Plaza
• 505-242-9696 • www.penfieldgallery.com • Pottery,
fetishes, Navajo Rugs, sandpaintings, storytellers. In
Old Town since 1975 & in NM since 1898!
ANTIQUES
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63 OLD TOWN EMPORIUM
204 San Felipe NW • 505-842-8102
• www.oldtownemporium.com • 1-stop
shop! Adult/youth T’s • jewelry • Rt. 66
items • Kachinas • Christmas ornaments •
Candles • We ship! Check our prices first! Gifts that are
fun & unique.
24 THE WILD ROSE 2047 South Plaza NW
• 505-247-9505 • Dressing ABQ for over 35 years in
Americano, Eurowestern Style. Double D Ranchwear
complete collection, Old Gringo boots, much more!
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SPECIALTY SHOPS
8 OLD TOWN T-SHIRT CO.
323 Romero NW #14 • 505-243-6393
• [email protected] • We have
the largest selection of T-shirts! •
sweatshirts • jackets & long sleeved
apparel • Big selection of kids’ T’s •
Great hats at great prices!! Located in Old Town for
over 20 years • With sizes from newborn to 5X, we
have it!
43 BLUE PORTAL 2107 Church St NW
• 505-243-6005 • An arts & crafts gallery.
Distinctive gifts handmade by senior citizens.
A project of Assistance League of Albuquerque
47 DISCOVER BALLOONS 205-B San Felipe NW
• 505-842-1111 • www.discoverballoons.com
• [email protected] • World’s largest collection of
hot air balloon gift items & Balloon Rides!
46 PLAZA PRIMOROSA 2004 S. Plaza NW
• 505-242-4661 • [email protected] • Leather &
fabric purses • Beadwork • Magnets • Caps • T-shirts
• Mugs • Incense burners • Inlaid knives • Perfume
• Travel toys.
60 FIBER CHICKS, LLC 206 1/2 San Felipe NW #9
• 505-242-6635 • www.fiberchicks.com
• [email protected] • For your yarn & related
needs. We carry NM grown, spun & dyed yarns.
42 WILD WEST T’S & GIFTS
44 TREASURE HOUSE BOOKS & GIFTS
2012 S. Plaza NW • 505-242-7204
• [email protected] • The Southwestern
Bookstore. New Mexico, Native America, Old West,
Latino, Mysteries, CDs, DVDs.
55 WHITE FEATHER TRADING CO. 326 San Felipe
• 505-243-5115 • www.whitefeathertrading.com
• Native American beadwork • jewelry • feathers
• supplies • beads. Unique clothing & gifts.
Access for disabled/All zip codes are 87104.
31 HISPANIAE 410 Romero NW • 505-244-1533
401-A San Felipe • 505-247-9200
• www.santafesterling.com •
Step back in time • Enjoy our
huge selection of quality T-shirts
& apparel • Beautiful sterling & 14 kt gold jewelry
• Affordable gifts & souvenirs for all ages! Mention this
ad for your free gift. We have an $ ATM $.
• Largest selection of ethnic Mexican folk art & NM
religious art, Colombian cookware, textiles, mirrors
& Day of the Dead.
SUPPORT OUR
62 LA PINATA #2 Patio Market • 505-242-2400
• www.RhondaCacy.com • [email protected]
• Hand made Native American jewelry, porcelain
dolls, piñatas & flowers!
JEWELRY STORES
SPONSORS!
7 NEW MEXICO BEAD AND FETISH
41 BEST CONNECTION JEWELRY & GIFTS
401 Romero • 505-243-2600
• www.nmbeadandfetish.com
• Turquoise! Old Town’s premier bead
store offering a diverse selection of
semi-precious beads, crystals, coral, seed beads, fire
polish, India silver, tools, findings & more!
423A San Felipe • 505-247-9855 • 505-440-9280
• www.bestconnectionjewelry.com • pottery • rugs.
Bring this map and receive a free gift!
69 GALLERY 8
1919 Old Town Rd. NW #8
• 505-508-1818 • www.gallery8nm.com
• Jewelry and pottery.
Merchant’s
of the State of New Mexico Department
of Tourism. © OTMA 2011.
Albuquerque Old Town
56 THE CHILE CASA
306 San Felipe NW
• 505-242-2111
• www.TheChileCasa.com • New
Mexico foods & much more! Hot
sauces • ristras • chile-flavored NM
pistachios • seasonings • rubs • dips • mild to hot
chile sauces • salsas • soups & stews • jellies
& candies!
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with their support and the assistance
33 SAN PASQUAL’S 2113 Church St.
• 505-243-6049 • www.sanpasqualshomedecor.com
• Unique home décor, gifts, SW furniture, pottery,
pillows, throws, candles • NM artwork
320 Romero NW
• 505-242-8822 • Offering
the highest quality in
contemporary & Native American jewelry. Our
famous designs exhibit at the finest shows in
America for over 30 years. Specializing in unique
custom design & repair. World-wide shipping.
are
map is published
NW • 505-243-1558 • The Southwest’s finest
collection of Pueblo pottery by award-winning artists
& the best prices & selection of decorator pottery.
35 TRADER BARB’S GALLERY
listed
Association. This
38 PUEBLO HOUSE POTTERY 2029 Old Town Rd.
9 NATIVE GOLD (Plazuela Sombra)
323 Romero • 505-247-2242
• www.nativegoldonline.com • The
only shop with exclusively Native
American gold jewelry set with gem-grade turquoise,
coral, opals, diamonds & other precious stones.
businesses
Town
#1 Plaza Hacienda Shops • 505-247-9634
• www.oldtowncardshop.com • Since 1957 our
original hand-designed cards of the Southwest.
Other unique cards, puzzles & gifts.
• 505-244-1595 • www.kabana.net
• Kabana, the internationally
renowned design house, invites
you to their retail store MÀTI. Jewelry designed &
handmade locally since 1975. Come visit the ultimate
jewelry experience on the Plaza.
The
members of the Old
68 OLD TOWN CARD SHOP
21 MÀTI JEWELERS 201 Romero
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32 THE CHRISTMAS SHOP (Behind the Church)
400 Romero NW • 505-843-6744
• www.christmasinoldtown.com • An outstanding
Christmas Shop for over 30 years! Nativity gallery.
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RESTAURANTS & FOOD
34 CHURCH STREET CAFÉ (Behind the Church)
2111 Church St • 505-247-8522
• www.churchstreetcafe.com • Four generations
of NM Cuisine, hot chili, sandwiches & salads too!
75 GOLDEN CROWN PANADERIA
1103 Mountain Rd NW • 505-243-2424
• www.goldencrown.biz • Food Network, Gourmet
Magazine. Quaint neighborhood bakery, espresso bar
voted best of the city 2007. Bakery style pizza voted
top-rated pizza Southwest Airlines.
40 HIGH NOON RESTAURANT
& SALOON 425 San Felipe NW
• 505-765-1455 • Old Town’s
original steakhouse featuring
steaks, tequila & wild game. New Mexican fare,
regional wines & seafood. Happy Hour in our
Santos-filled lounge. Lunch & Dinner.
51 LA CREPE MICHEL 400 San Felipe NW
• 505-242-1251 • www.lacrepemichel.com • Country
French • Beer & wine • Lunch Tu-Sun 11:30-2:00
• Dinner Tu-Sat 6-9 pm.
58 LA PLACITA DINING ROOMS 206 San Felipe NW
• 505-247-2204 • Fax 505-842-9686 • A quaint, old
hacienda in the heart of Old Town. Serving up New
Mexican and American fare.
28 LITTLE ANITA’S MEXICAN
FOOD 2105 Mountain Rd. NW
• 505-242-3102 • Offering the
finest in NM Cuisine. Our full-service
bar is ready to serve all your needs & our banquet
room is available for any occasion. Carry-out available.
Open at 7am, 7 days a week.
1 MONICA’S EL PORTAL 321 Rio Grande
• 505-247-9625 • Local favorite since 1977.
Traditional New Mexican food. Homemade chile.
beer & wine. Home cooking, flavored with tradition!
25 OLD TOWN PIZZA PARLOR
108 Rio Grande NW • 505-999-1949 •
www.OldTownPizzaParlor.com •
Featuring hand-tossed pizzas, mega calzones,
oven-baked pastas, salads & subs prepared fresh
daily. Come enjoy excellent food at a great value
in the comfort of our 150 year old adobe.
52 QUESADILLA GRILLE 328 San
Felipe NW • 505-242-2921 • The only
restaurant in the world that specializes
in quesadillas! Over 20 to choose from. Ask about our
daily specials. Best value in Old Town! Inside Nick
Garcia’s Poco a Poco Patio. Call for business hours.
15 ROLLING IN DOUGH BAKERY CAFÉ
(Plaza Don Luis) 303 Romero NW • 505-248-1786
• Fresh baked pastries, bread, croissants & more from
scratch! Also sandwiches, salads & soups. Open daily.
39 SEASONS ROTISSERIE & GRILL
2031 Mountain Rd NW • 505-766-5100
• Fax: 505-766-5252 • Casual fine dining restaurant
with an upstairs patio • reservations recommended
• Lunch M-F 11:30-2:30 • dinner at 5pm
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77 ST. CLAIR BISTRO
901 Rio Grande Blvd NW
• 505-243-9916
• www.stclairvineyards.com • New
Mexico’s largest winery! Opulent tasting room, retail
wine & gourmet food shop. Lunch & dinner in the
French Country Bistro. Ample patio dining. Private
dining room. Live jazz.
ICE CREAM, COFFEE, CANDY
11 CRAVE ICE CREAM & COFFEE 323 Romero St
• 505-242-8445 • Ice cream, yogurt, malts, shakes,
floats & sundaes • mochas, lattes, blended fruit &
coffee drinks. Bottled water & sodas. ATM machine.
50 K.I.S.S. COFFEE & ART 404 San Felipe NW
• (505) 243-3033
17 ROCKY MOUNTAIN
43 THE CITY OF
ALBUQUERQUE
CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT Call for
information 311 • www.cabq.gov • “Old Town New
Fun” programs weekly through Spring & Summer
• Wed/Variety • Thurs/Diversity • Fri/Latin Dance
• Sat/Patio Performances • Sun/Theatre & Dance.
74 INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER
2401 12th ST NW • 505-843-7270
• www.indianpueblo.org • Museum • Galleries
• Family Programs • Weekly Indian Dance
performances & artist demonstrations • Native
Food • Yearly signature events.
57 OLD TOWN VENDORS 200 blk of San Felipe Rd.
• By 1706, Spanish settlers established outdoor
vending.Multi-cultural artists continue this historic
tradition. They must make the crafts they sell.
MUSEUMS
CHOCOLATE FACTORY
(Plaza Don Luis) 303 Romero NW
• 505-842-8883 • Grand selection of gourmet and
chile-spiced chocolates, brittles and fudges. Caramel
apples and chocolate covered strawberries. Over 50
soda fountain options. Cool down with razzles, softserve ice cream and sodas. Warm up with specialty
coffees and hot chocolates. Great for gifts: gift baskets
& boxed chocolates. We cater to large groups.
LODGING
78 BEST WESTERN RIO GRANDE INN
1015 Rio Grande Blvd.• 505-843-9500
• www.riograndeinn.com • 100%
Non-Smoking, Pool, Albuquerque Bar & Grill, Free
Parking, Free Wi-fi, Airport Shuttle, Biz Center.
66 BOTTGER MANSION BED & BREAKFAST
110 San Felipe • 505-243-3639 • www.bottger.com
• Gracious 1910 historic mansion, private baths,
2 course gourmet breakfast, shady courtyard oasis,
warm hospitality.
76 HOTEL ALBUQUERQUE AT OLD TOWN
800 Rio Grande Blvd • 505-843-6300 •
www.HotelABQ.com • Comfortable culturally designed
hotel offering 188 rooms, 2 restaurants, QBar lounge
& lovely pavilion gardens.
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
ABQ BIO PARK 903 10th St
• 505-768-2000 • www.cabq.gov/biopark
• Aquarium • Garden • Zoo • 9am-5pm
• closed 1/1, Thanksgiving, 12/25
• Tingley Beach sunrise-sunset.
2 ABQ BIO PARK AQUARIUM 2601 Central
• 311 locally • reef fish • invertebrates • reef fish
• sandbar • sandtiger • blacktip • nurse sharks
• Thurs concerts June-July.
26 ABQ BIO PARK ZOO 903 10th St • 311 locally
• elephants • rhinos • giraffes • gorillas • birds
• wolves • bears • seals • tigers • koalas • herps.
• Zoo Music June-July.
3 ABQ BIO PARK
BOTANIC GARDEN
2601 Central • 311
locally • two glass
conservatories • formal
• children’s fantasy
• butterfly & Japanese
gardens • Heritage
Farm • summer
concerts.
67 ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM OF ART
& HISTORY 2000 Mountain Rd
• 505-243-7255 or 311
• www.cabq.gov/museum • Southwestern art
& Albuquerque history • traveling exhibitions
• sculpture garden • gallery store • cafe • Tues-Sun
9am-5pm • free 1st Wed of month & Sun 9am-1pm
72 EXPLORA 1701 Mountain Rd
• 505-224-8300 • www.explora.us • M-Sa
10am-6pm; Su 12-6pm • 250 hands-on
exhibits in science, technology & art for all
ages. Great for families. Cool gift shop. Entertain your
brain and exercise your imagination!
73 NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL
HISTORY & SCIENCE 1801 Mountain Rd
• 505-841-2800 • www.NMnaturalhistory.org
• The ancient past comes back to life at this
interactive, high-tech museum, including
lots of dinosaurs! Planetarium • Giant screen theater
• Gift store • M Café • Open daily 9-5.
65 RATTLESNAKE MUSEUM 202 San Felipe
• 505-242-6569 • www.rattlesnakes.com • Largest
exhibit of varied rattlesnake species, related art &
artifacts in the world! A striking exhibit!
TOURS
16 A HISTORY TOUR OF OLD TOWN
303 Romero (Plaza Don Luis)
• 505-246-TOUR
• www.ToursOfOldTown.com
• Walking Tours 10am,12pm, 2pm, 4pm
(closed Thurs) • Private group Tours
available • History, Legends & Lore, trivia, historic
photos, fun facts • We’ll tell you Old Town’s secrets!
ABQ TROLLEY CO. 505-240-8000
• www.abqtrolley.com • [email protected]
• The best first thing to do in Albuquerque.
Experience the best of ABQ from a
completely-custom, uniquely-Albuquerque, open-air
trolley. 18-mile city tour departs from Plaza Don Luis.
76-minutes. Tickets online & on board the Trolley.
First-come, first-served. April-October.
16 GHOST TOURS OF OLD TOWN
303 Romero (Plaza Don Luis)
• 505-246-TOUR •
www.ToursOfOldTown.com • Ghost
Tour 8pm NIGHTLY • Reservations
Required • Walking Tours • Monthly
Ghost Hunting Tour & Late Night Ghost Tour •
Private group tours available • Featuring dead
entertainment • Fun for everyone!
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On the plaza you will find replicas of two cannons
which were buried in Old Town by retreating Confederate
troops during a Civil War skirmish in Albuquerque (April
8-9, 1862). The original cannons are in the Albuquerque
Museum.
Old Town
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ake a walk through living history around
Albuquerque’s Old Town, the serene village
that has been the focal point of community life
since 1706. Quiet hidden patios, winding brick paths,
gardens and balconies are waiting to be discovered.
Wrought iron and adobe benches beckon you to rest in
the shade and watch people stroll by. Visit historic San
Felipe de Neri Church and relax in the Rose Garden.
Shopping in Old Town is a truly delightful
experience. Unique items from around the world, as
well as those that are distinctly Southwestern, can be
found in more than 150 shops, boutiques, galleries
and artist studios.
When in New Mexico, eat like New Mexicans!
Enjoy the spice & flair of our traditional cuisine.
Savor delightful dishes prepared with CHILE. It
comes in red or green and is made from recipes
that have evolved from the local Native American
& Spanish cultures. Enjoy one of the dozen
restaurants, cafes & coffee shops featuring everything
from the All-American hamburger to fine Continental
cuisine.
For over three centuries Old Town has been the
crossroads of the Southwest. It is a Historical Zone of the
City of Albuquerque and home for many families whose
ancestors founded the town. Old Town is located just off
I-40 (take the Rio Grande Blvd. Exit South) to the
entrance at Mountain Road.
The map below shows Freeway access and also the
most convenient surface roads to use to find your way to
Old Town. In 1937, Route 66 was changed from its
original route to a straightened east-west road along
Central Avenue. Route 66 meets the Camino Real
(now Rio Grande Blvd.) at Old Town.
WELCOME TO OLD TOWN
of Indian Art in Old Town www.PenfieldGallery.com,
Portal Vendors, Folklorico Dancers - Courtesy of
Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau www.itsatrip.org
Photos This page: New Mexican Cuisine –
Don Monaghan courtesy of New Mexico Department of
Tourism www.newmexico.org, Salsa Fiesta Dancers
and Entertainment - Courtesy of the City of Albuquerque
Cultural Services Department www.cabq.gov,
Luminarias at San Felipe de Neri - Courtesy of:
www.marblestreetstudio.com
Cover Photos: Gazebo - Courtesy of Penfield Gallery
UMINARIAS (Farolitos) - Thousands of
visitors and residents come to Old Town on
Christmas Eve and during the Holiday Stroll
(first Friday in December) to see the spectacular
display of luminarias. Candles are set in a bed of sand
inside the bottom of a paper bag. When lit, they
create a golden glow. Thousands of luminarias line
the Church, Plaza, streets and walkways of Old Town.
L
E
NTERTAINMENT - Experience a series of
weekly entertainment & cultural presentations
that will delight the whole family. The series
content and line-ups change from week to week
throughout the summer & early fall. Don’t miss the
Salsa Fiesta in August or the Holiday Stroll &
Luminaria Tours in December.
INFORMATION & SERVICES
New Mexico ( 1912 - present )
USA ( 1846 - present )
Confederate States ( 1862 )
Mexico ( 1821 - 1846 )
Spain ( 1598 - 1821 )
FIVE FLAGS FLOWN
OVER OLD TOWN
(Plaza Don Luis) 303 Romero NW •
800-275-8777 • Full-service post office open
Mon-Fri 11-4, Sat 12-3.
UNITED STATES POST OFFICE
www.newmexico.org • Discover the Land of
Enchantment!
STATE OF NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT
OF TOURISM 1-800-733-6396 •
2005 N. Plaza St. NW • Office 505-243-4628 • The Church
is open to the public daily • Masses: Sat. 5:30pm; Sun 7am,
8:30am (in Spanish) & 10:15am.
36 SAN FELIPE DE NERI CATHOLIC CHURCH
(Plaza Don Luis) • 303 Romero NW.
PUBLIC RESTROOMS & PAY PHONES
PO Box 7483, Albuquerque, NM 87194 •
www.AlbuquerqueOldTown.com •
[email protected]
OLD TOWN MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION
(South Plaza Patio) • 505-883-5779 • www.nminvest.com
• [email protected] • Securities offered through Raymond
James Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC.
22 NEW MEXICO INVESTMENT ADVISORS AN
INDEPENDENT FIRM 2041 1/2 South Plaza NW
Suite 601, 87102 • 1-800-284-2282 • 505-842-9918 •
www.itsatrip.org • Visitor information, attractions & special
event information.
ALBUQUERQUE CONVENTION &
VISITORS BUREAU 20 First Plaza NW,
(Plaza Don Luis) 303 Romero NW • Operated by the
Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau • Visitor
Information. Open 7 days a week. Information also available
at the Albuquerque Sunport.
OLD TOWN INFORMATION & VISITORS CENTER
B
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
e part of Albuquerque’s newsest old
tradition! Albuquerque’s Old Town has live
entertainment during late spring, summer,
and early fall. From folk art to Flamenco dance to
Mariachi music and more, enjoy the cultural
offerings while strolling the plaza, shopping
and dining.
• Wednesdays - Wildcat Wednesdays Variety
Live Local Music at the Gazebo (May 4, 18,
25; June 1, 15, 22, 29; July 6, 20, 27; August
3, 17, 24, 31; September 7, 21, 28.)
• Thursdays - Cultural Sunsets. Celebrating
Albuquerque’s rich cultural diversity with
multi-cultural performers in native costumes
(May 12, 19, 26; June 9, 16, 23, 30; July 14,
21, 28; August 11, 18, 25; September 8, 15,
22, 29.)
• Fridays - Gazebo, Patio & Block Parties
(May 6, 13; June 3, 10, 24; July 1, 8, 22, 29;
August 5, 12, 26; September 2, 9, 16, 30.)
• Saturdays - Entertainers strolling throughout
Old Town (Every weekend, May thru mid
October.)
• Sundays
Theatrical
and
Dance
performances, New Mexico Gunfighters
Association
• Saturday - August 13, 2011, 10:00 - 1:00 p.m.
- Native American Day
• Saturday - September 24, 2011, 2:00 8:00 p.m. - Salsa Fiesta
• Friday - December 2, 2011, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Holiday Stroll
Check website for weekly listings:
www.cabq.gov/cultural-services/old-town-new-fun
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Free Summer Entertainment
Wednesday through Sunday
Culture • Diversity • Dance • Music • Theatre
NM Relay or 711
For Old Town • New Fun info call:
311 or visit www.cabq.gov/crs/newfun.html
901 Rio Grande NW
Open 7 days a week!
505-243-9916
Mayor Martin J. Chávez, Albuquerque Cultural Services Department
SOUVENIR WINE GLASS
with Wine Flight tasting!
Bring this ad to redeem
• Lunch, Dinner & Happy Hour
• Retail Sales, Tasting Room & Gift Shop
• Live Music & Patio Dining
Free
WELCOME TO ALBUQUERQUE
© Ron Behrmann
OFFICIAL VISITOR INFORMATION
Old Town Info Center: Plaza Don Luis
Airport Info Center: Baggage claim lower level
Phone Information: 800-284-2282
ACVB partners welcome you, please look for this symbol
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Old Town – New Fun
Part of Albuquerque’s lifestyle
for over 300 years.
E
xperience the grace & charm of Old Town
Albuquerque! The focal point of community
life, founded in 1706, by Governor
Francisco Cuervo y Valdez.
Old Town follows the traditional Spanish
pattern of a central plaza and church surrounded
by homes and businesses. Many of the historic
homes are still standing and some have
been renovated into today’s shops, galleries
and restaurants.
Stroll the Plaza, dine at our many restaurants,
stay at our hotels and B&B’s, visit our
museums, take a guided tour or shop at over
150 stores and galleries for unique gifts from the
Southwest and around the world.
Romantic hidden patios, winding brick
paths, gardens and balconies await your
discovery. Wrought iron benches and adobe
bancos beckon you to stop, relax in the shade,
watch the world go by and bask in New Mexico’s
wonderful sunshine.
Visit New Mexico
www.AlbuquerqueOldTown.com

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