We went to museum in anticipation of going to the opening day of the Balloon Fiesta the next day. The place was awesome, and we especially appreciated that it was free with donation and the displays on the extensive history of ballooning. This history started...更多
A fantastic experience watching the specialty balloons ascend this morning. Go early... arrive at the long line to park between 5:30am-6:30am you will be there with 10's of 1000's of other people. Its a festival type environment with mini- donuts to turkey legs all before...更多
This is a museum telling the history of ballooning from the first ascents in Europe to the modern day. some very nice exhibits. Not too big, not too small, takes about two hours to see it all. My only issue is with the signage, when...更多
We went to the Saturday night and Sunday morning shows. This is our first time, so we did not know what to expect.
We went around 4:00 on Saturday, and got close parking. There is a large grass field from which the balloons are setup....更多
I did not get a chance to visit the museum - BUT the Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival was amazing. This was my first year to attend; but will NOT be my last. It was amazing. Hundred and hundreds of balloons and thousands of people,...更多
Since we were nearby at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta we decided to check out the ballooning museum. Nice to see a concentrated summary of ballooning in one place and probably the best subject presentation on ballooning! Got to give kudos to the docent who was...更多
I went to the Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum on a day when there was too much wind for the Balloons to launch at the International Balloon Fiesta. I had high hopes but found that it was kind of of disjointed and unorganized. I wasn't provided...更多