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

Regional Cultural Centers, Albuquerque: 15 reviews and 15 photos

  Pueblo Centre
by lovemycacti

Step into cultures that have respected the land, animals, and traditions since the dawn of their exsistance! The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a delight to your eyes with the larger than life murals depicting life in the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Liven up your tastebuds at the Harvest Cafe and support the craftspeople at the gift shop with an affordable sandstone picture or box.

Traditional dance performances and artists demonstrations are held every weekend, free to the public. Cameras are permitted and encouraged, just be sure to leave a monetary donation in the box for the dancers!

When taking pictures of the dancers be polite and quiet and give thanks to them for sharing their traditions and talents.

Be sure to tour the heart of the center - the museum! Averagely priced, it is a must-see. Be sure to pick up some pamphlets in the lobby and guides to the 19 pueblos.

Address: 2401 12th Street NW
Directions: 1 block N of I-40.
Phone: (505) 843-7270

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Feb 21, 2004
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