IPCC Experiences

During this time while we are temporarily closed, please join us online. Explore our many Virtual Programs and Events HERE.


Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum

Temporarily closed but we are working on our reopening plan. Stay tuned and get the latest updates by signing up for our Newsletter and following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Indian Pueblo Store

Physical store is temporarily closed.

Our online store is open 24/7 at indianpueblostore.com – Free Pick-up in store is temporarily discontinued.

Indian Pueblo Kitchen

Temporarily Closed.

Starbucks at Avanyu Plaza

Starbucks at Avanyu Plaza – Now open for indoor and patio dinning, curbside and in-store pick-up, Mon-Sat 6a-3p. Mobile ordering and rewards redemption now available. Call: 505-314-8210
Consistent with changes to the state Public Health Order we are now offering indoor dining at 25% capacity and patio dinning at 75% capacity starting 2/12/21.

For updates and more info see Facebook.com/StarbucksAvanyuPlaza.

Four Winds Convenience Store

Open 7 Days a Week 6am-10pm, Drive Through 6am-9pm. Closed for sanitizing daily from 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm



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


Discover the history, culture, and art of the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico.

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Programs & Events

Watch cultural dances, visit an exhibit opening, or participate in a family-friendly program.

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An innovative teaching kitchen and restaurant centered around Indigenous cuisine education and exploration.

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Free Parking in the heart of Albuquerque, including busses and RVs


A pueblo is a tribal nation; a body of land under a tribal governmental structure and a community of related people who have similar beliefs, spirituality, and lifestyle.

Our Cultural Arts & Education Team offers many programs for children of all ages, including art and literacy program, as well as our annual Youth Summer Camp. Learn more.

Yes, most pueblos are open to the public during their annual feast days and celebrations. For more information, see our calendar of Pueblo feast days.