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Enjoy a night of ghostly tales with your significant other. Take a day to explore the interesting art and history exhibits available at the Albuquerque Museum.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. If you or your significant other are into history and science this museum has a lot to offer. This is a great date pairing with a balloon tour. Turquoise Museum. Visit this unique museum and take a guided in-depth tour of their collection. National Hispanic Cultural Center. Spend the day at the National Hispanic Cultural Center and immerse yourself in the history and culture of Hispanic populations. American International Rattlesnake Museum.

This unique museum is dedicated to snakes, in particular the rattlesnake. El Rancho de las Golondrinas. This unique living history museum is a must see. The ranch dates back to the s. Learn about the history of the ranch and of the Albuquerque area. Take a stroll along the paths and admire the petroglyphs that go back years. Carved in volcanic basalt by Native Americans and Spanish Settlers.

Visit the Rio Grande State Park. Take a stroll along the paths and through the gardens. Take a Bike Ride. Elena Gallegos Park. Enjoy a bike ride anytime of the day in this beautiful park. Bike Tour. Tour Albuquerque by bike and see Albuquerque from a brand-new perspective. This unique tour is perfect for the outdoorsy types. Visit Sandia Peak. Take the tram up to Sandia peak for some great hikes. In the wintertime skiing is also available.

Sandia Peak has over hiking trails to choose from so you may want to plan ahead. Go Hiking. If you enjoy hiking, these three spots are the most beautiful in the area. Cibola National Forest. This forest covers 1. Hiking, Camping, and Hunting are available. La Luz Trail. This is one of the most popular and beautiful hikes. Hike up to Sandia peak and take the tram down. You can also take the tram up and hike down or hike both ways. Gila National Forest.

This National Forest was established in and covers 3. Nestled in the Southwestern part of the state, the drive is well worth the visit.

A weekend getaway including camping and hiking is a great way to enjoy this area. New Mexico Museum of Art. Take your time perusing the galleries and exhibits at the New Mexico Museum of Art. The museum is housed in a historic adobe structure that is as beautiful as the art it displays.

It is well worth a visit. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. At the beach, there are opportunities to hike, bike, fish, and rent boats. For a romantic date night experience, ABQ BioPark offers special events such as summer concerts, night hikes, culinary dinners, moonlight walks, and twilight tours. Check out the website for the calendar of events. For the Adventurers Hot air balloons high above Albuquerque.

Image via Flickr by littlemoresunshine Albuquerque is the hot air balloon capital of the world. Flights typically last around an hour and end with a celebratory toast. The mass ascension is a miraculous sight to see. This is when hot air balloons lift into the air simultaneously. Imagine flying with your significant other over the breathtaking New Mexican terrain among hundreds of colorful hot air balloons. Numerous local companies can make this dream a reality. For the Crafters and Winos Kickoff the night or end it at a winery or craft brewery.

Image via Flickr by brittreints Wine lovers and beer enthusiasts may want to stop at one of the dozens of wineries and breweries around the city. Albuquerque boasts many scenic rooftop bars to enjoy sunset cocktails. For the Outdoor Lovers Image via Flickr by mypubliclands Albuquerque is a dream for couples who love to explore the outdoors.

The Foothills Trail offers miles of marked hiking paths and biking trails. Petroglyph National Monument is a great idea for a day trip.