Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque

4.4
#1 of 13 in Museums in Albuquerque
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. Make Indian Pueblo Cultural Center part of your personalized Albuquerque itinerary using our Albuquerque trip site .
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  • This is an excellent museum! They've done a terrific job of sharing the stories, culture, and history of the various Pueblo peoples who have called this land home for countless generations. The instal...  more »
  • Visiting in winter has many advantages - crowds are non-existent, parking is easy on-site, and you have the undivided attention of volunteers and docents. John, a Hopi volunteer, was very personable a...  more »
  • Well located Center with amazing details of 19 Pueblo in NM. Good introduction to how the various Pueblo evolved, lived & their art. The visit consolidated our understanding of the local culture of th...  more »
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  • Service was fantastic during our last visit. Super busy, but great. The food was very good as well. Been there 3 times since my first review. I’m upgrading from 4 stars to 5. The service has been excellent! The food fantastic the last 2 visits. Fresh and unique local/native flare on traditional fare. I’m impressed! And, I’m not easily impressed...lol. We have added it to our must visit at least once or twice per month! Good job folks!
  • My first time back in many years. Not because I didn't want to go but living in the NE heights the Center was now farther away for me to drive. My brother and his wife took me the other night. I was happy to see how beautiful the building had become. Also there was musical entertainment in the adjoining room. The waiter Ryain, pronounced Rain was cordial, explained the menu and was attentive. Later we sat in the foyer and enjoyed the aviance. I will definitely eat at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center soon.
  • This review is mostly for the restaurant. It's competent. That's the right word for it. The food is good. The prices are fair. The service is effective. The place is clean. But... That's only good enough for four stars. It needs something more to get that fifth star. I think the issue for me is that the place felt corporate and sterile. Charmless. Great for tourism I guess. Just not cozy or qaint.
  • The exhibits are fabulous, the dancers, drummers, and singers are inspirational, and the food in the museum restaurant is superb. The mutton stew with traditional hot fry bread is delicious! We enjoyed this museum so much! We'll be back again!
  • Nice gift store but much smaller with more tourist merchandise then in past. I used to go there for authenic art. Displays are meaningful. Restaurant can be outstanding.

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