The Nob Hill Main Street organization of Albuquerque, New Mexico is a non-profit grassroots organization consisting of citizens, businesses and allied community organizations that acts in concert with local, state and federal government agencies to provide for the long-term viability under the aegis of the New Mexico Main Street Program, which has as its origins the National Main Street Program originated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.Put Nob Hill and other Albuquerque attractions into our Albuquerque trip itinerary maker app, and watch your holiday take shape.
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This is an excellent spot with lots of great places to eat and a vivid history - one of the most popular spots in Albuquerque. Check out Orchid Thai Cuisine or The Guild Cinema. This is also the... more »
Great area to take pictures with the amazing murals here. So many to choose from and pose with. So awesome to pose with and get to experience this culture. Something different and fun. more »
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