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National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
(4.2/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • We were here on a Friday afternoon and viewed the art gallery. The people were friendly and helpful and the art, particularly in the featured display was incredible. 
  • They have a website stating their events. Nice place. I especially enjoy going and hanging out at the new sculpture "Warrior's Repose" by Jacob Sisneros. A place to reflect. Also, they work with the c...  more »
  • M'tucci's Cocina at the National Hispanic Cultural Center is now open on Fridays for lunch and dinner (11 am - 8 pm). They are serving buffet style meals and the restaurant has a full bar license but ...  more »
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  • Art museum was pretty bad. I don't know shook selected the art here, but yet are bad at their job!
  • Great outdoor boxing event!
  • A diamond in the rough. This is truly one of New Mexico's hidden gems. Great cultural enrichment programming including language classes, workshops and travel. Outstanding entertainment - work and performances from artists from all over the world. Resourceful library - I'll bet you did not know about its extensive genealogy and family history records archived here! There is something for everyone here.
  • Nice auditorium
  • Museum is free on Sundays. The torreon is also open then, if you love the southwest even a little you must not miss the fresco inside. Did I mention it's free on Sundays? ;-p