"Indian Pueblo Cultural Center" Regional Cultural Centers Tip by illudiumqh36

Regional Cultural Centers, Albuquerque: 15 reviews and 15 photos


This cultural center presents lifestyle, traditions and craftworks of the 19 pueblos of the New Mexico. The main attraction of the center is the museum, which shows the development of the Pueblos during years.
In the shop you can find fine pottery, sculpture, paintings, jewelry, rugs, books, clothing, etc.
In the cafeteria of the center, the Harvest Cafe, you can taste New Mexican cuisine and food from the Pueblos.
In the weekends traditional indian dancers perform their tribal dance for tourists. Cameras are allowed, just be kind and leave some monetary presents for performers.

Address: 2401 12th Street NW
Directions: Cultural Center is located on 12th Street, one block north of I-40, at corner with Menaul Avenue.

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  • Updated Feb 10, 2005
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