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Anderson Abrezzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

Anderson Abrezzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

Enjoy Fiesta from Anderson Abrezzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum with an amazing click. It features science, art and history of variety of balloons worldwide, some of them are even lighter than air flight. Located in Albuquerque, the large ground outside used for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta possesses movie theatres of 2D and 3D films. You can explore this enchanting museum of balloons between 9:00 am to 5:00 pm except Monday.

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Albuquerque International Balloon Feast is the largest balloon festival in the world. Held yearly with great pomp and shows, the Balloon Fiesta is an event of nine days which is solemnized with five hundred hot balloons in early October; between 6th to 14th. With multiple events, it pops up the eye-shots of gazillion of flock. Special shapes balloons luminescence at night with a night glow called 'Glowdeo'. 'Mass Ascensions' is the biggest event of the fiesta which occlude the sky with millions of balloons at a time. It is the most fascinating site on the planet.

Travelling to Albuquerque, Mexico

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Albuquerque is the pink hues of the Sandia Mountains at sunset, Route 66 diners, the cottonwood of the Rio Grande and the hometown of Jesse Pinkman and Walter White. The largest city in the state of New Mexico and the bustling desert crossroads make you hear the howls of coyotes when the sun goes down.

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Albuquerque Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Book the tickets through this website and get fantastic offers and the best new deals. Pre-book to avoid disappointment.

How To Get Around?

Albuquerque offers multiple of transits to get around. Pick any of them which suits you budget. But do not forget to rexperience Paseo Del Bosque Trail, it is a horse ride.

What Should I Wear?

Pack the apparels which provides protection from heat and sun. Sunscreen and sunglasses are a must. Winter days are warm and sunny, but the nights are often chilly and cold for jackets and over coats. Wear comfortable shoes and footwear.

Albuquerque Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Fall seasons are best to visit Albuquerque with warm temperature and celebration of majority of the festivals. Make plans between September and November. However, enjoy the slopes of the Sandia Mountains in the winter months. Avoid exploring in July as it is the hottest month of New Mexico.



Will I Need a Guide?

No. This website provides enough information that you will require for this tour. It is the best guide.

How To Get There?

Albuquerque International Sunport welcomes several airlines across the globe. Board for the same. You can also catch the train or bus for the city.

Additional Info

Carry a water bottle with you throughout the excursion. Be punctual of time. Arrive early to avoid skipping a single moment of enjoyment.