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Pride of the Pueblo: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

After Meetings

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center operates as the platform for displaying the artistic and cultural traditions of New Mexico’s first people. Before and after meetings, groups can connect with the culture of the Pueblos by browsing the vast collection of Pueblo pottery and art, individually or on a guided tour, gazing at the 19 murals painted by Pueblo artists, seeing traditional Native dances that pay homage to Mother Earth and buying directly from the artists making their handcrafted goods and wares. For a more immersive experience, groups can take an in-depth tour that includes pottery-making or gourd-painting sessions, or they can book the Pueblo Culinary Tour for a delicious introduction to the native flavors.


Today the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center leads the world in educating people about the legacy of resilience of the Pueblo people. The living history touches every aspect of this center, and the events team even offers special add-ons to groups looking for an authentic touch. Along with audiovisual equipment setup and support, complimentary parking and free shuttles between the center and Old Town Albuquerque, the center can also send guests home with something memorable and tasty with individually wrapped loaves of green chili cheese oven bread or individually wrapped Pueblo cookies baked fresh at the Pueblo Harvest Café.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Type of Venue: Off-site, museum

Capacity: 12-500

Nearby Accommodations:

Holiday Inn Express and Suites Albuquerque Historic Old Town

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