Hours & Admission
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected businesses everywhere, including ours at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc. Due to statewide restrictions designed to help mitigate the spread of the virus, the difficult decision was made to temporarily close, or maintain temporary closure of, the following businesses:
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
- Indian Pueblo Store (physical location only; online shopping is still available anytime at indianpueblostore.com) Local pick up is still available.
- Events and rentals (inquiries for bookings in 2021 and beyond are being accepted by calling 505-724-3509)
Starbucks at Avanyu Plaza – Now open for curbside and in-store pick-up Mon-Sat 6a-3p. Mobile ordering and rewards redemption now available. No in-store or patio dining. Call: 505-314-8210
Fans and friends of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center can continue to support our Mission of celebrating Pueblo culture and providing economic opportunities by doing the following:
- Following IPCC on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter
- Engaging with our Virtual Programs & Events found at IndianPueblo.org
- Supporting Native American artisans by shopping online at indianpueblostore.com
- Following Indian Pueblo Store on Facebook and Instagram
- Supporting current IPCC digital programming and future in-person programming by donating to the the It All Starts Here fundraiser here: renewalstartshere.org
- Shopping at the Four Winds ultimate convenience store (located on 12th Street just north of I-40)
- Enjoying delicious food from our Avanyu Plaza tenant restaurants: Sixty-Six Acres, Laguna Burger, and Domino’s
Accommodations are available across 12th street from IPCC at The TownePlace Suites by Marriott Albuquerque Old Town and The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Albuquerque Historic Old Town
In order to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we expect all of our employees and guests to do the following:
To further protect our guests, our employees, our families, and our communities, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center staff is taking these additional precautions:
Following all of the required Covid Safe Practices.
Completing a health screening survey before every shift.
Disinfecting high-touch areas frequently.
Placing sanitizer in high-traffic areas and shared spaces.
Modifying common areas to allow for social distancing.
Members – Free
Adults – $8.50
Seniors (62 & over) – $6.50
Military (Active & Retired) – $6.50
New Mexico Residents – $6.50
Students/Children (ages 5 – 17) – $5.50
Children under 5 – Free
Groups (15 or more) – $5.50
Free admission is available for active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at our Guest Experience desks.
All areas of the ground floor are wheelchair accessible. This includes the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s exhibition galleries, the courtyard and Native American dances, Pueblo Harvest, and the Indian Pueblo Store.
Strollers can be used in all buildings.
Food and drink are not permitted in the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s indoor galleries.
Certified service animals are welcomed at IPCC. While we love animals, due to the nature of our business, all other animals are not allowed inside the building or the courtyard. Thank you for understanding.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is located on federal land held in trust for the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico, and is not a state or federal institution.
- Photography for personal, non-commercial use is permitted.
- No flash photography is permitted in the IPCC museum galleries and exhibits.
- Sketching for personal non-commercial use is permitted in the courtyard and sculpture garden. (Pencil and charcoal drawings only. No painting or pen drawings to be undertaken without prior permission from the IPCC).
- All audio and video recording is strictly prohibited.
- All of the artwork on IPCC grounds is copyrighted. This includes the permanent and rotating exhibits, the murals in the courtyard and throughout the buildings, the South Gallery, and all artwork in the East Lobby, South Entrance, and passageways.
- The dance performances provided for public viewing are the cultural and intellectual property of the tribes/groups performing.
- The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is not responsible for any violation of copyright law by a photographer.
Questions about filming and photography should be referred to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Marketing Department.
For assistance during your visit or for questions about our policies, please contact Guest Experience at 1-866-855-7902.