Downtown Albuquerque has a lot of free things to do

As long as I bring some discrete marijuana supplies, the day is fantastic

Did you know that you can request an official Albuquerque visitors guide? When my kids and I decided to visit Albuquerque, New Mexico, I ordered a free visitors guide. The visitors guide lists all of the things to do around the city. This guide includes visitor information on restaurants, arts and culture, outdoor recreation, and specialty events. I found out about the gay pride parade in the book. I was particularly interested in some of the free Albuquerque activities. With three kids, I can’t afford to take the kids to a lot of expensive attractions. It cost me $125 dollars just to take the kids to Ripleys and we were only there for three hours. I found out that there are a couple of free museums and places to visit. None of those places is the Albuquerque Museum of Art and history. It is located in the oldest part of town by Route 66. The Albuquerque Museum of Art and history is free every Sunday. When the kids and I go to Albuquerque for the weekend, we always spend Sunday at the Albuquerque Museum of Art. Another place the kids like to visit is the Petroglyph National Monument. Parking is only $2 on the weekend, and admission is free. As long as I bring some discrete marijuana supplies, the day is fantastic. Being around people gives me anxiety, but thanks to recreational and medical cannabis laws in New Mexico, I can access my medicine without any problems. Legal cannabis is one reason why I moved my family here from Mississippi. We didn’t even have legal medical marijuana laws as of 2020.


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