Albuquerque Balloon Museum
The Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum is a museum dedicated to the worldwide history, science, and art of all types of ballooning and lighter than air flight. It's located in Albuquerque New Mexico.
Opened on October 1, 2005, it is owned by the city of Albuquerque and is a collaborative project of the Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum Foundation and the City of Albuquerque's Cultural Services Division. It is a 59,000-square-foot (5,500 m2) facility with class rooms, conference rooms, and many exhibits on the history of ballooning.
The balloon fiesta began in 1972 as the highlight of a 50th birthday celebration for KOB Radio in Alb...
Albuquerque Ballon Festival 2009
Dinner at the Gondola Club at Albuquerque Balloon Festival 2009
This was taken at dawn on the second Saturday of the Albuquerque Internation Balloon Fiesta, 2010. Th...
The 2009 Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico. Capturing 360 degree panoramas of the largest mass asc...
Albuquerque New Mexico USA, Balloon Fiesta 2009
Albuquerque New Mexico, Balloon Fiesta 2009. Mass ascension of about 500 balloons
This is the first time I've tried making a spherical panorama with only 10 images. The sun wasn't out...
These are the Sandia Mountains overlooking the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rising 10,678 feet (3...
This is the new indoor water park located at the Albuquerque Radisson Hotel on Carlisle. Featuring tw...
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