From the Event Organizer:
Explore the blending of old and new in Albuquerque’s Old Town and Sawmill District with Mezcla de Culturas, or “the mix of cultures.” This two-hour walking tour celebrates both the historic 18th-century neighborhood with the vision of New Urbanism, mixing retail and residential living. At sites like Albuquerque’s oldest home, the Albuquerque Museum Sculpture Gardens and the San Felipe de Neri Parish, see how three hundred years of growth has made the city into the vibrant destination it is today.
Visit sites like San Felipe de Neri Parish, which opened in 1706, the year of the city’s founding.
Spend 2 hours walking through two neighborhoods: Old Town and the Sawmill District.
Discuss the ways that Albuquerque has grown and changed.
Explore both historic and contemporary sites in the city.
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