-2 night stay at the Chocolate Turtle Chocolate Turtle Bed & Breakfast
“SO NEAR, YET SO FAR” is a perfect description of the Chocolate Turtle B&B, located in the picturesque Village of Corrales. Nestled in the Rio Grande Valley, the Chocolate Turtle B&B seems a world away from the nearby cities of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho.
An adobe style home on 1.5 acres, the Chocolate Turtle B&B has 4 rooms, one with a private walled patio. You are greeted each day with beautiful southwestern decor, artwork and an exceptional breakfast.
From our patio and gardens, enjoy a magnificent view of the Sandia Mountains. The covered portal and patio are perfect for watching the backyard wildlife—rabbits, quail, roadrunners, and hummingbirds. Relax with a glass of wine and a good book in your private corner of New Mexico.
-$175 to Elk Mountain Lodge in Jemez Springs New Mexico
A Peaceful Bed & Breakfast Retreat in
The Lush Jemez Mountains of Northern New Mexico
Visit the Elk Mountain Lodge Bed & Breakfast, nestled in the Jemez Mountains of Northern NM, and enjoy modern amenities in a lush, rustic setting. From our custom-built lodge, surrounded by rivers, trees, and abundant wildlife, you will delight in breathtaking panoramic views. Only minutes away from fun activities, this peaceful bed and breakfast in the Jemez Mountains offers five beautifully appointed rooms and a main lodge where guests enjoy a delicious, hearty breakfast and a well-appointed rustic great room.
Yours for that special trip to North Central New Mexico. Use it for airfare, gas or shopping.
-$50 to The Range Café
You don’t have to be old to be legendary. Range Cafe, established in 1992, is no stale diner dotting the Mother Road, but a one-of-a-kind family dining experience. Our award-winning breakfasts, New Mexican classics, fresh-baked desserts and devotion to the local art community have made Range Cafe a local Albuquerque favorite for years.
-2 tickets to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
The official cultural interpretive center for New Mexico’s 19 Pueblo Indian tribes and presents the tribe’s rich and enduring history year round, through its permanent collections, changing exhibitions, cultural education programs and week-long signature events in October and April. For added experiences, our weekend Native American dance performances and award-winning Indian Tacos are especially a big hit with locals and out-of-towners. Rounding out your visit, our gift shop carries a wide variety of authentic Native American arts and crafts created by Native artists from New Mexico as well as books, cds, videos and souvenir items.
See polar bears swim, hear trumpeting elephants, descend into a coral reef, roam gardens designed to delight the senses and more at the ABQ BioPark Zoo, Aquarium and Botanic Garden - plus ride a train between the facilities.
-2 passes to the National Hispanic Cultural Center
A world-class center for Hispanic arts and culture featuring an art museum, a state-of-the art performing arts complex, a library and genealogy center, a restaurant and gift shop. Enjoy art exhibitions throughout the year and celebrate Hispanic traditions through various festivals and celebrations including Cinco de Mayo and Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead). The Center’s facilities are also available throughout the year for private and corporate events. The NHCC is part of the Department of Cultural Affairs.
-2 round trip tickets to Sandia Peak Tramway
A trip on North America’s longest aerial tramway transports you above deep canyons and breathtaking terrain a distance of 2.7 miles. See some of nature's more dramatic beauty unfold before you. At sunset the desert skies produce a spectacular array of color, and your vantage point from the observation deck atop 10,378 foot Sandia Peak in the Cibola National Forest affords an 11,000 square-mile panoramic view of the Rio Grande Valley.
-8 tickets to Tinkertown Museum
It took Ross Ward over 40 years to carve, collect, and lovingly construct what is now Tinkertown Museum. His miniature wood-carved figures were first part of a traveling exhibit, driven to county fairs and carnivals in the 1960s and ’70s. Today over 50,000 glass bottles form rambling walls that surround a 22-room museum. Wagon wheels, old fashioned store fronts, and wacky western memorabilia make Tinkertown’s exterior as much as a museum as the wonders within. Inside, the magic of animation takes over. The inhabitants of a raucous little western town animate to hilarious life. Under the big top, diminutive circus performers challenge tigers and defy gravity while the Fat Lady fans herself and a polar bear teeters and totters.
-Tour and Tasting at Corrales Winery and free bottle of their wine
Visit Corrales Winery, in the heart of the historic Village of Corrales which is within the oldest wine growing area in the US, for a complimentary Tour and Tasting. Then select a bottle of Corrales Winery award winning wine to enjoy at the Chocolate Turtle B&B or at home.