The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico.

Learn about Pueblo culture from ancient times to the present in our museum and exhibition galleries. Tour our collection of murals by Pueblo artists for an inspiring and personal experience.

Dine at the Indian Pueblo Kitchen, an innovative teaching kitchen and restaurant centered around Indigenous foodways, education and exploration. A visit to Chef Ray Naranjo’s new Indigenous culinary concept kitchen allows you to experience the best in Native American cuisine.

Shop at the Indian Pueblo Store for traditional and contemporary jewelry, pottery, rugs, and more from award‐winning, internationally renowned artists as well as emerging talents. Visitors can also shop for authentic Native American art directly from many talented artists in the IPCC courtyard.

Current Exhibitions

HERitage: Pueblo Women Paving Cultural Pathways

May 1, 2020

Now showing in the South Gallery. From our ancestors who started the path and established our values, to historical…

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Radon Daughter

April 27, 2020

Showing in the Art Through Struggle Gallery. Featuring artwork by DeHaven Solimon Chaffins. Her Radon Daughter exhibit in our Art Through…

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reLocated Urban Migration • Perseverance • Adaptation

April 1, 2020

Now Showing in the South Gallery. Learn more about the relocation or “employment assistance” program that brought many Pueblo…

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Visitors experience inspirational exhibits and events that are fun and educational, while advancing understanding of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

5,000 +
Titles in our library
2000 +
students visited our museum in 2018 from 48 schools
2500 +
objects in our permanent collection
20 +
Pueblo artist-created murals adorn our campus
6,500 +
Photographs in our archive


Our Restaurant

IPCC Now Open Thur-Sun!

Please read our Welcome Page & get tickets online before planning your visit.

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