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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque

(4.4/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
Operated by 19 Indian Pueblos, the 1,000 sq m (10,000 sq ft) Indian Pueblo Cultural Center presents history, art, and culture of the Pueblo people. Inside you'll experience wall murals and have the chance to compare traditional Native American styles with works of up-and-coming contemporary artists. Browse through collections of historical artifacts, arts, and crafts. Check out native fusion cuisine at the cafe. Add Indian Pueblo Cultural Center to your Albuquerque travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Albuquerque tourist route planner.
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  • Started with breakfast in the cafe which was very very nice with lovely staff. The shop had some beautiful stuff although pricey as are all similar goods in the shops in Abq. The rest of the museum is...  more »
  • I took my sister and friends to see the Native American dancing, unfortunately there was a family emergency and the whole dance group wasn't available. None the less they enjoyed what they saw and wil...  more »
  • Only the building is in very nice and clearly designed. The presentation of artifacts is informative and well structured. Also atmospheric it takes much of the culture, the partially torn spirituality and the problems of the indigenous people. Also dealing which today Indians with the situation in their country is informative. In the courtyard, a native American dance and music performance will be presented regularly. Worth a visit.
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  • Bring cultures together and educating all about the beliefs and spirituality of the Pueblo Indians. Best to go when there is dancing.
  • Best food yet on our NYC to LA cross country trip. Vegetarian friendly and great drinks! Highly recommend!
  • Nice place that provides good history. Had native artists also selling some of their craft which was beautiful and I did buy some pottery. Good for kids. Learned a lot about the area and people. Restaurant was not so great. Food and service were poor. Gift shop has nice variety of products but expensive.
  • The structure is interesting by design, circular. Interesting collections but wish there is more voice from indigenous people.
  • A beautiful small museum, excellent gift store, and full restaurant. If you want to see some beautiful examples of pueblo pottery, and a nice presentation of pueblo history.