Albuquerque’s Downtown is home to a unique array of assets, including artists, designers, filmmakers, galleries, museums, theaters, musicians, music venues, city festivals, restaurants, food trucks / kitchens, breweries, coffee shops, and creative entrepreneurs living and working in both formal and informal spaces in a roughly 30 block radius.
Zoom in and out of the map below to see some of the creative forces at work (click/touch the [ ] at top right to open in the Google maps app for iPhone, Android, or tablet)
* Note: this map is generated from Google Maps listings. If you’re an arts or culture organization, business, or service provider that’s new to the district let us know by quickly filling out the short form linked here. We’ll make sure you’re added along with sending you a weekly email newsletter (no spam, we promise).
To see events happening in and around the district, you can also visit these local calendars:
AbqToDo – city hosted events calendar and one-stop shop for everything arts, culture, sports, recreation, and dining.
Alibi.com – local alternative weekly newspaper with entertainment, dining, and events information
ABQ365 – visitors and convention bureau hosted events information and blog.
Albuquerque Business First – calendar of business-focused events and networking.
Parking + Getting Around Downtown Albuquerque has thousands of parking spots in parking garages, and thousands of additional on-street parking spaces available. To find a parking garage, visit www.parkme.com and enter zip code 87102.
You can also access the city’s free “D-ride” bus, which comes every 10 minutes and loops through the heart of the arts & cultural district, or visit ABQ Trolley Co. for pre-made tours, including Breaking Bad, Best of Albuquerque, and Old Town tours.