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Albuquerque Haunted Houses –

Church Street Cafe

This 1709, 18 room Hacienda has been transformed into the upscale Church Street Cafe with lovely inside and outside dining, that embrace the Albuquerque Spanish influence with a true New Mexico feel. Inside, some of the original rooms, now dining areas, have the original thick walls, and wood beam ceilings, a traditional ceramic fireplace/oven, some lovely antique furniture and pictures. The great room… MORE

Hotel Andalez

Hotel Andaluz. A visitor may wonder how they came up with that name? Andaluz is short for “Andalucian,” which is a historic and picturesque area of Spain. Conrad Hilton and the architect thought that the Andalucian architectural style would be a great asset for the architecture of this new, 1939 Hilton Hotel… MORE

albuquerqueThe KiMo Theater

Built in 1927, This grand palace of a theater certainly is a masterpiece of Pueblo Deco fused with Art Deco. The creation of this beautiful, Southwestern style theater was financed by a hardworking, wealthy entrepreneur, Oreste Bachechi, who wanted to fulfill a lifelong dream of building a grand theater… MORE

The Wool Warehouse Theater

The Wool Warehouse Theater, a National Historic Landmark, is a two story brick building, which was originally a wool warehouse. The building was built in 1929 by wool industry bigwig, Frank Bond, to act as his grand headquarters in New Mexico, as he had extensive sheep ranching interests in the state. It’s Egyptian structural ambiance was due to its main architect, T. Charles Gaastra, who had just gotten back from a trip to Egypt… MORE


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