Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
To preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect, the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.
Service was fantastic during our last visit. Super busy, but great. The food was very good as well. Been there 4 more times since my first review. I’m upgrading from 4 stars to 5. The service has been excellent! The food fantastic the last 2 visits. Fresh and unique local/native flare on traditional fare. I’m impressed! And, I’m not easily impressed...lol. We have added it to our must visit at least once or twice per month! Good job folks!
We really liked this museum. Their have self guided tours which tell you lots of stories about the pueblo people, their culture, cultivation. They have a one hour traditional dance of the pueblo natives - neatly explaining about what they are doing. Few stall selling their jewelry and pots. There is a cafe too. Spend some time here.
Great place for both in town and out of town visitors. There are native dancers that perform every weekend and sometimes during the week. Check website for schedule. The restaurant has amazing food and live entertainment on the weekends. Also, the patio is amazing in the summer.
I love coming here. Cheap smokes! Lol, but on the serious side, everything is always organized, the store is clean, the bathrooms are clean and you don't need a key (something I appreciate). They have a great selection of snacks, wide variety of drinks, and a good general needs and automotive section.
My first time back in many years. Not because I didn't want to go but living in the NE heights the Center was now farther away for me to drive. My brother and his wife took me the other night. I was happy to see how beautiful the building had become. Also there was musical entertainment in the adjoining room. The waiter Ryain, pronounced Rain was cordial, explained the menu and was attentive. Later we sat in the foyer and enjoyed the aviance. I will definitely eat at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center soon.