The Albuquerque Garden Center is privately owned and operated by the non-profit Council of
Albuquerque Garden Clubs, Inc. It was completed in 1976 with funds raised entirely by volunteers and is widely known to be one-of-a-kind in the United States, as most garden centers are owned and operated by local government.
The Muñoz Waxman Gallery (At the Center for Contemporary Arts) in Santa Fe is the perfect venue for hosting gatherings to celebrate special events, including weddings, from an intimate cocktail party to a large sit-down dinner.
El Zocalo is truly a meeting place of historic proportions—a refurbished 135-year-old convent with up-to-date amenities including Wi-Fi,, Almost 2,400 square feet of meeting space embraced in thick adobe walls and brick floors accommodates up to 175 people.
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