Albuquerque's shopping strengths include a handful of cool retail districts, such as Nob Hill, Old Town, Downtown/EDo, and the North Valley. These are good neighborhoods for galleries; antiques; Native American arts; Old West finds and apparel; Mexican crafts; textiles, jewelry, pottery, glass, and other fine handicrafts by nationally acclaimed local artists; home-furnishing shops; bookstores; and offbeat gift shops. Indoor flea markets are quite popular all around town, and everyone knows that museum gift shops are always worth a look-see—Albuquerque’s are no exception.

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  • 1. Bien Mur Indian Market Center

    Northeast Heights | Crafts

    The Sandia Pueblo–run Bien Mur Indian Market Center showcases the best of regional Native American rugs, jewelry, and crafts of all kinds. It...Read More

  • 2. Mariposa Gallery

    Nob Hill | Crafts

    Mariposa Gallery sells contemporary fine crafts, including jewelry, sculptural glass, works in mixed media and clay, and fiber arts. The changing...Read More

  • 3. Spur Line Supply Co.

    Old Town | Crafts

    A hop across the street from the Albuquerque Museum and at the frontline of Sawmill District development, Spur Line sets a tone with its clever...Read More

  • 4. Weyrich Gallery

    East Side | Crafts

    Weyrich Gallery carries distinctive jewelry, fine art, Japanese tea bowls, woodblocks, hand-colored photography, and other largely Asian-inspired...Read More

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