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all about albuquerque

At Enhancement Center, our licenses allow us to serve clients throughout New Mexico. And thanks to telehealth—we can! But the majority of our in-person offices are in Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. And since we call Albuquerque home, we wanted to highlight some of the fantastic features of this beautiful, historic town. Chances are, if you live here, you love Albuquerque as much as we do!

Outdoor Activities in Albuquerque

The Sandia Mountains are one of Albuquerque’s most prominent features. The Tramway, which takes travelers from the base to the top of Sandia Peak, is a must-see for tourists and locals alike. This region is popular among hikers and outdoor enthusiasts for a variety of activities. It also houses Cliff’s Amusement Park, which provides fun for the entire family. And, if you love golf Arroyo del Oso Golf Course is just one of the many golf courses here in ABQ.

Higher Education and Learning Opportunities in ABQ

Southeast Albuquerque, the home of the UNM Lobos, has a little more college-town vibe to it, but it’s still a popular destination for anybody. The Nob Hill neighborhood is not only a fantastic place to live, but it’s also rich in history. Historic Route 66 runs through this area, so there are plenty of old photo opportunities, neon signs, and diners for you to enjoy. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is another fantastic place to visit in the city. It’s ideal for kids or adults interested in learning more about the region’s role in nuclear research.

Home of the Bosque

The Rio Grande River runs along the west side of town, so many of the city’s oldest sights are located near there. Old Town Plaza is a prime example of the city’s real heart and soul. The San Felipe de Neri Church is a historically significant building, and the plaza is filled with culture and beauty. The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, located just around the corner from the plaza, is another fantastic destination. Plus, the BioParks are in this area, including the ABQ Bio Park Zoo and Botanic Gardens.

Albuquerque’s Rich Past and Vibrant Future

The ancient Native American rock art at Petroglyph National Monument is one of the city’s most cherished locations. The monument, which protects tens of thousands of amazing petroglyphs from centuries past, is particularly popular among explorers. There are still many native peoples living in and around Albuquerque, in New Mexico’s 19 pueblos. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a great place to learn more about native peoples and their culture.

Want to learn more about what Albuquerque has to offer? Learn more about many of Albuquerque’s neighborhoods below.

Neighborhoods We Serve in Albuquerque