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The Gallup Cultural Center

201 East Highway 66, Gallup, NM 87301
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Really interesting old train station

Nice visit to what is an old and train station and current Amtrack station. The train is always... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wayne T
Interesting Glimpse into Culture of the Region

Walked in and saw all sorts of Navajo Art, baskets, pottery, paintings. It was free and that was a... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2017
Rosemary L
Harrisonburg, Virginia
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“second floor” (10 reviews)
“train station” (4 reviews)
“local culture” (4 reviews)
201 East Highway 66, Gallup, NM 87301
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice visit to what is an old and train station and current Amtrack station. The train is always late.

Thank Wayne T
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Walked in and saw all sorts of Navajo Art, baskets, pottery, paintings. It was free and that was a bonus.

Thank Rosemary L
Reviewed 26 August 2017

I must have missed something. I walked in and to the right of me was a café, tot he left what looked like a gift shop, and in front a waiting area for Amtrak. No directions or signs as to what or where.

Thank seeingamericafirst
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

The center is so very interesting. The museum is just awesome I learned a lot The art work is lovely. It is rt off the highway and I was very impressed with the culture history.A must stop if you are on highway 40/66

Thank levitad
Reviewed 22 July 2017

I have been buying Indian related items from the "SouthWest Indian Foundation" who sponsers the cultural center. so I had to stop and browse and see the Code Talker Statute , plus I enjoy watching trains be preparded to spend about a hour at least...More

Thank s3production
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Nicely organized exhibits. A good intro to the region for visitors. Good architecture, and nice grounds.

Thank HosteenToh
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

The Cultural Center is across the parking lot from the Chamber of Commerce. Quick walk between them. Upstairs, are several galleries showcasing local artists and artisans. Some amazing work. (The elevator worked fine and did not stink when we were there.). Trains pass directly behind...More

Thank greenjay1
Reviewed 16 May 2017

We got here by accident waiting for a train arrival and were very impressed with the small museum upstairs that has nice exhibits with good info.

Thank KB6CLA
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Found this museum upstairs in the building and there isn't much to it. Spent about 20 minutes here as there isn't much too see. Lots of kachina dolls, some train and lumber dioramas, and pottery and a few other native american displays. One room was...More

Thank OnTheRoadAgain1056
Reviewed 28 April 2017

The Cultural Center is also the Amtrak Train Station. When you walk in the front of the cultural center there is a statue commemorating the Navajo Codetalkers. There is a small museum upstairs that showcases the Navajo culture as well as local pueblos. There is...More

Thank LisaYE2017
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Harvey L
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Response from Katie H | Reviewed this property |
I Googled it and found the address and phone number. 201 East Hwy 66, Gallup, NM 87301. From the site: "By car one can exit onto Historic Highway 66 (with separate Gallup Exits going East or West off Interstate 40). The... More