Plan Your Visit

Starbucks at Avanyu Plaza is now open – Monday through Saturday, 7am-3pm for both indoor and outdoor seating; following capacity restrictions and best practices.

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
  • Pueblo Harvest
  • Indian Pueblo Store (physical location only; online shopping is still available anytime at indianpueblostore.com)
  • Starbucks at Avanyu Plaza
  • Events and rentals (inquiries for bookings in 2021 and beyond are being accepted by calling 505-724-3591)

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 FacebookInstagram, or Twitter
  • Following Pueblo Harvest on Facebook and Instagram
  • Engaging with our Virtual Culture Guide found at IndianPueblo.org
  • Supporting Native American artisans by shopping online at indianpueblostore.com
  • Following Indian Pueblo Store on Facebook and Instagram
  • Donating to the Pueblo Relief Fund via pueblorelieffund.org
  • Supporting current IPCC digital programming and future in-person programming by donating to the IPCC general fund. Donate Here
  • 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

Discover the legacy and resilience of the 19 Pueblo nations with family-friendly tours and exhibits. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Shumakolowa Native Arts, and Pueblo Harvest restaurant are open 7 days a week. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is proud to be a Blue Star Museum. Free admission is available for active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center offers something for everyone.

The Gateway to the 19 Pueblos is the perfect stop during your visit to Albuquerque.

School & Group Tours

Classroom and group tours can experience an interactive museum tour led by our knowledgeable education team.

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Directions

Find your way to the Center.

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Accommodations

Stay at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Albuquerque’s Historic Old Town.

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Helpful FAQs

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.

Shumakolowa Native Arts is an invaluable resource for learning more about traditional Pueblo and Native American art forms. Learn more.

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.