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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th Street NorthWest
866-855-7902

Our Mission

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.



Reviews

Mikey K

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Friday, June 29, 2018
Awesome prices on tobacco products. Best in town. Always packed with people but line moves fast. If you want the best bang for your buck when it comes to smoking or liquor this is your new primary vendor. Employees are nice and efficient. Also sell lottery and fuel. Most popular convenience store in town. Right next to Indian cultural center so if you're from out of town you could do both. Enjoy!!!

Christina T.

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Sunday, July 15, 2018
This place was a fun visit on our vacation in New Mexico. I absolutely enjoyed the restaurant attached. Food and pastures were amazing. I would come back again on our next visit.

Sammantha Manuelito

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Friday, June 22, 2018
We came during happy hour and waited to be seated for 15 minutes. There was no one else waiting but it did look like they were understaffed. When we were seated the service was on point and the food was amazing. All in all the way we were treated made up for the neglect we felt as we were waiting.

Andrea Mattern

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Sunday, June 17, 2018
I love this place. Hidden gem of ABQ. The food is always amazing and unique. I am always shocked at how few people know about this place. Try the blue corn onion rings. They are phenomenal! Good happy hours drinks and specials too!

Eric Salas

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico is the best place to learn the Native American culture and how life was like for the Pueblo people of New Mexico in the past. The center is full of history and interesting facts. The museum is divided into sections with exhibits representing various time periods. There is a section for the contemporary arts and crafts and a mini-theater for features short films. There will be native dances on the courtyard. The dance is once or twice daily at 11 AM and/or 2 PM. So plan your visit if you want to watch the dances. Pueblo Harvest Cafe inside the building served sumptuous lunch. Service was fast. The gift shop, Shumak’olow:Wa Gifts, had authentic Indian arts and crafts created by local and regionally established artists. The selection also includes music, clothing, books, and souvenirs for every member of the family.

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