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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque

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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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  • The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a one-of-a-kind place to visit. It has weekend dances, a restaurant as well as a gift shop.  more »
  • Very helpful as a start to your area visit. Gives you a great overview of the Pueblo nation and the various sites all the way to Taos. You should start here  more »
  • Sometimes, you want to wander an attraction on your own, linger in the areas that interest you, and buzz quickly through the areas that are less appealing. There are no unappealing areas here, but jus...  more »
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  • Not very interactive museum. Just walk around the circle looking at artifacts and reading. A couple of video rooms eh. An Indian dance (only 2 dancers) was going on in the courtyard but they weren't proactive enough to move all their hot metal chairs into the little bit of shaded area when it was 100 degrees outside. Over all I didn't really learn anything.
  • A beautiful place, well-designed. It tells the story of native Americans' cultural evolution in a comprehensive way without being too pretentious. Multi-media presentations are scattered throughout and bring history to life. I recommend you plan to eat authentic Native American food at the restaurant there. Lots of good flavors to try. The whole experience is well worth a few hours!
  • Their restaurant has a very diverse and affordable menu! They've taken Native American cuisine to a whole new level all the way from their mutton stew to their blue corn onion rings. On weekends they have live music on the patio and all the tacos or horno baked pizza you can eat. Delicious!!!
  • This is one of the gems of Albuquerque. The museum is packed with beautiful items and everything is clearly labeled. The cafe is outstanding and the store is even better. Truly, this place is wonderful!
  • They have a gift shop which is alittle pricey.. you can find the same stuff at old Town for a more affordable price! There's also a restaurant inside which was ok..

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