Central New Mexico Film Trail

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"...For five seasons Albuquerque has been the location and the setting of the hit TV series Breaking Bad. Be sure to take the Albuquerque Trolley Company Breaking Bad tour!"

Albuquerque

For five seasons Albuquerque has been the location and the setting of the hit TV series Breaking Bad. Be sure to take the Albuquerque Trolly Company Breaking Bad tour! 
Breaking Bad

The Desert Sands Motel, where Josh Brolin meets his end, was supposed to be in Texas in No Country for Old Men. You'll actually find it on Central Avenue in Albuquerque!
No Country for Old Men

In the classic film Lonely Are the Brave, Kirk Douglas rides his horse straight up the 10,678' sheer face of the Sandia Mountains on the eastern edge of Albuquerque to elude Walter Mathau.
Lonely Are the Brave

Rio Rancho

As a vampire, Colin Farrell terrorized the quiet neighborhoods of Rio Rancho in Fright Night.
Fright Night

Laguna Pueblo

The Joad's passed through the remarkably picturesque Laguna Pueblo in Grapes of Wrath. It is just as photogenic today as it was then! 
Grapes of Wrath

Isleta Pueblo

One of the first films ever made by the Edison company was Indian Day School, a 50 second depiction of children leaving school at Isleta Pueblo.
Indian Day School

Belen

The town of "Texico, New Mexico" in Kevin Costner's Swing Vote was actually the crossroads of Becker Avenue and 2nd Street in Belen. 
Swing Vote

 

Movies that have filmed at The Railyards:

Albuquerque: Once the largest steam locomotive repair facility in the country. The Railyard has been a prime location for numerous productions.

Click on the image to download a map of Central New Mexico Film locations

Central New Mexico Film Trail Map