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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-2302
+1 866-855-7902
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Pasole! Red ūüĆ∂Chili ūüĆ∂None Better in "the Duke City!

I recommend dining at the All Ind. Pueblo Cult CTR. Pumpkin Pudding for dessert. After, a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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Well Thought Out and Informative

The architecture literally lets you get lost in the experience. The building is circular, with... read more

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Owned and run by the 19 Indian Pueblos of New Mexico, this important center showcases the history of the Pueblo people through ancient artifacts, dance demonstrations and art exhibits.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good29%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-2302
Near North Valley
+1 866-855-7902
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I recommend dining at the All Ind. Pueblo Cult CTR. Pumpkin Pudding for dessert. After, a scrumptious bowl of their world famous pasole with a tortilla. Spicy is best! This meal is the crossroads of the SW experience. Ask to be seated in Tiffany's section...she's...More

Thank AMann1060
Reviewed yesterday

The architecture literally lets you get lost in the experience. The building is circular, with exhibits situated in different offshoots and galleries. The overview of native life in New Mexico is comprehensive, from thousands of years ago until the present. Particularly enjoyed the spectacular pottery...More

Thank TravelLight5452
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The restaurant is my particular favorite (there is a brew pub too) bit in addition to excellent modern interpretations of traditional local foods, there are also a wide variety of cultural events and a gallery of genuine native arts.

Thank CelineSoCA
Reviewed 3 days ago

We found all the attractions well displayed and really informative. Good information on the 19 pueblos represented here. Great artwork and artifacts on display. We did not get a chance to eat there, but we understand it is very good. They also have a large...More

Thank Ft_Worth_Tx_Paul
Reviewed 4 days ago

I despaired of finding Indian fairly traded goods to buy until I found this wonderful cultural center's gift shop where a wide variety of price ranges are available, with money actually going to the artisans. Cultural center is an eye opener for the beauty &...More

Thank Marilyn G
Reviewed 6 days ago

This place by far is a nice place to go for the afternoon and have a meal. The food is so good and people are great. Something different to try while having lunch. Spend time looking around. Love this place!

Thank Jacqueline M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A well done museum. A variety of exhibits tell an important story. Multi media and written word, just enough. Well worth a couple hours, highly recommended.

Thank jim m
Reviewed 1 week ago

Every December there is a Gingerbread Display. But not your average Gingerbread houses! These are made to look like Pueblos or hogans or churches! A friend and I took our granddaughters and we all enjoyed looking! The girls could name every candy used for decorating!...More

Thank dlm1113
Reviewed 1 week ago

A "Do Not Miss" location. The culture and history of all of the tribes of the southwest is presented in an enjoyable and informative fashion. Tour the museum at your own pace or make arrangements for a guided tour. The dances / prayers vary from...More

Thank JKFoor
Reviewed 1 week ago

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The exhibits are engaging and informative and convey a lot in a short time. It's a very good place to start if you're beginning a trip in the Southwest. Don't overlook the cafe, by the way, the food is excellent.

Thank BobfromBerkeley
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Becky R
10 December 2017|
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Response from TN Travelr | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure is there is a set schedule. I went during the International Balloon Festival and they were having additional activities related to the festival.
30 April 2017|
Response from JOANN W | Reviewed this property |
You should check their website for upcoming events.