The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is dedicated to fostering pueblo culture and perpetuating understanding of the history and culture of the Pueblo people. Visitors are able to learn the accomplishments and evolving history of a people that have inhabited an area of the U.S. for hundreds of years, and with which the Pueblo people view with dignity and respect.
Visitors have the opportunity to visit the museum, which features exhibits showing an overview of Pueblo life and land, as well as contemporary art and crafts from each of the 19 existing Pueblo communities today. Visitors can also take tours of the Pueblos, see the shops, and even dine at the Pueblo Harvest Cafe, which features original cuisine like Blueberry Juniper Elk and the Blue Corn Crusted Fried Chicken.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is located in the center of Albuquerque, NM, the the intersection of I-40 and I-25, at 2401 12th St.
For more information and rules on proper etiquette, visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center website https://secure.netsolhost.com/indianpueblo.org/19pueblos/etiquette.html.