Check out the Top 5 Must See ‘Breaking Bad’ Filming Locations in Albuquerque (MAP)

Today, the final episodes of Breaking Bad debut on AMC and already fans are dreading the show coming to a close but, don’t worry, there is still a way you can immerse yourself into the world of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman – take a Breaking Bad tour of Albuquerque, NM!

Here are our Top 5 Picks of Breaking Bad locations every fan has to visit:

Walter White’s House

Located at 3828 Piermont Dr NE, this house, owned by a very nice woman named Fran, was the setting for some of the show’s most memorable scenes (remember when Walt threw a pizza on the roof or when Skyler had a break down in the pool during Walt’s birthday party?).

Albuquerque Studios

Though you can’t go inside, it is still worth driving by the studio that housed all of the show’s set, including the inside of Walt’s house and the show’s famous lab. You can find it at 5650 University Blvd SE.


No trip to New Mexico is complete with a stop at Twisters, the restaurant that played Los Pollos Hermanos on the series. Stop in at 4257 Isleta Blvd SW, but don’t expect to find any fried chicken, it’s actually a taco joint.

Car Wash

Don’t leave town without getting your car washed at Octopus Car Wash, 9516 Snow Heights Circle N.E., which played Walt and Skyler’s money laundering business on the show.

The Candy Lady

And, of course, no Breaking Bad tour would be complete without a little blue meth, candy meth that is! The now famous Candy Lady was the original supplier of prop meth. “We supplied the show when it first started,” the store’s owner Debbie Hall said. “It’s just rock candy with blue dye and it looks like the real thing.” The Candy Lady shop is located at 524 Romero St.NW.

If these locations aren’t enough, Albuquerque Trolly Co. offer a 3 and a half hour Breaking Bad Tour starting at $65.


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