1551 E. Santa Fe Ave
Grants, NM 87020
Phone: (505) 287-8700
Fax: (505) 287-8690
Route 66 Casino is a casino located in the Route 66 Casino Hotel in Albuquerque. It is open 24 hours and has 1,200 slot and video poker machines, 500 seats in the bingo parlor, 20 types of table games and a non-smoking poker room.
El Morro Theatre is a 1926, Spanish Colonial Revival theater. It was renovated in 1991 and 2006 and features plush seating, a mezzanine and a special dining zone with stage views. Owned by the city of Gallup, it is not only used for movies but for music, dance, drama and other cultural activities.
The Albuquerque Fire Academy Auditorium is located within the Sunset Gardens SW. Community events take place in this auditorium in the park in the west side parking.
This non-profit community theater company combines a staff of professionals and local talent who volunteers their time to produce comedies, musicals, dramas and mysteries. The 1000-plus seat building was designed by famed Southwestern architect John Gaw Meen and built in 1936, giving this theater a rich historical feel, but modern acoustics and lighting provide a quality night of entertainment. The theater is easy to find on the historic Route 66 in the Old Town area.
Santa Ana Star Center is a major attraction of Rio Rancho's downtown. This multi purpose place can be used for various events like conferences, youth sports, family events, concerts etc. It is also a theatre that showcases great plays and shows. It features 26 luxury suites, 500 club seats, VIP lounge, club lounge and 4 club suites. The ice center is a good place to visit and lockers are also available. An entertainment hub in the true sense. Open on Saturday and Sunday only if an event is scheduled.
Part of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science,this theatre shows films documenting ancient cultures as well as nature documentaries from around the world. Worth a look if knowing about different cultures interests you. Let Dynatheatre enthrall you!
Movies are shown three times a day with an extra movie on weekends. You will find eight screens and a big digitally mastered sound system. Recent releases are shown and if you take advantage of the Early Bird special, you can get in to the first movies of the day much more cheaply. Movies West is can also be rented for private showings and parties.
Once upon a time, human beings lived life without the aid of computers. Then came folks like Bill Gates. STARTUP, a permanent gallery exhibition located inside the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, chronicles the fits and starts with which the microcomputing revolution began, right here in Albuquerque. Spearheaded by Gates and his compadres, this revolution gave birth to new ways of thinking and living, as well as a cavalcade of compelling new technological toys. Many of them are on display here, including early hardware prototypes, crude video games and even a dupe of nerd king Steve Wozniak's first desk. Entry is included with regular museum admission.
Arrive early as more popular items are sold-out by 10a. Most local growers feature organic, fresh produce at modest prices. This growers market attracts shoppers who appreciate a slower, calmer pace than the more hurried supermarkets. The latest produce in season is sold in addition to arts and crafts, locally produced honey and baked goods.
Built in 1941, El Rey Theater has not only undergone multiple changes—both in terms of construction and usage—but has also been re-christened several times. With a plethora of shows performed, year in and out, this theater has now got a strong foot-hold in the entertainment circuit of Albuquerque. History of this place is another reason for its popularity among the locals. Be it cinema, play or a musical concert, this theater promises a surreal experience. Although, it does not halt at that—for any special occasion, this place is available on rental basis. Now have a perfect wedding or a convention at this venue, where the blockbuster 21 Grams was filmed.
Step into the Launchpad and take off to the 'universal' world of music. In the background of a space-theme and dark-lit laid-back atmosphere, this hip country bar entertains with an eclectic mix of music played by local musicians and renowned talents. The dance floor invites the vivacious crowd to shake a leg or head-bang to the upbeat punk or the 1000 volt hard rock. While the state-of-art setting amplifies the performances, the full-stocked bar serves you with a premium selection to add to the experience. Hop in late to enjoy the peak of a power-packed night.
This is a United Artist, state of the art movie house located in the Cottonwood Mall, so if you change your mind about the movies, you can always browse and shop. First run movies are shown, usually four times a day, starting at noon. At night, plan on parking near the movie theatre as the mall closes earlier. Listening devices are available for hearing impaired.