Annual Old Town Holiday Stroll

The Old Stroll

via Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau

When I moved to Burque a year ago, I set out to find not only tourist attractions, but staples of this grand city that “trap” people into calling this fair metropolis their home. And Old Town was one that most people recommended for Native jewelry, books, restaurants and scenic beauty. My first few weeks of living here were spent people watching in the Old Town square, scrounging through multiple stores for a slick bracelet and photographing in the Don Luiz Plaza. Now folks can further understand and appreciate the appeal of this city section by attending the Annual Old Town Holiday Stroll. The event, which kicks off on Friday, Dec. 6, at 4pm, features a Color Guard performance and singing of the National Anthem at the gazebo, the Blessing of the Tree, a Santa Parade and much more. Not to mention luminarias and twinkle lights. This illustrious event is known for being Albuquerque's official kickstart of the holiday season, so it's not to be missed. And it's also a great way to pick up some Christmas presents for friends, loved ones or obligatory acquaintances. So head to Historic Old Town (303 Romero NW) to bask in the holidays in style. (Mark Lopez)

Friday Dec 6, 2013

303 Romero St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104


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Phone: (505) 768-3452
Website: Click to Visit

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A holiday tradition of live entertainment, shopping and dining.