Welcome to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC)!  As of April 8, 2021, our museum, courtyard, Indian Pueblo Store and Indian Pueblo Kitchen are open.

You can visit us Tuesday through Sunday.  Online, advance purchase tickets required for the museum and courtyard. Here’s what you will need to know:

Hours of operation

Museum and Courtyard
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Indian Pueblo Kitchen
Temporary Hours Wed-Sun
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Indian Pueblo Store
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Library and Archives
Tues-Fri 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Ticketing information

Online, advance purchase tickets required for the museum and courtyard. Select your date and time of entry from the available options here.

Advanced, paid ticketing requirements apply only to visitors to the museum and courtyard, and not to those only planning to either dine at the Indian Pueblo Kitchen or shop at the Indian Pueblo Store, though health and safety requirements apply to all visitors to any of our facilities.


For your convenience and in order to comply with limited capacity entry required by the state of New Mexico, we will be instituting a new, online ticketing system for our museum (and courtyard) with timed access to our paid facilities.

IPCC Museum (including entry to courtyard) tickets Prices:

  • Adult $10
  • NM Resident $8
  • Military $8
  • Senior $8
  • Student $7
  • Youth 5-17 $7
  • Under 5 $0

*If you are an IPCC Member or a Tribal Member, please call 505-724-3550 before you visit to reserve your tickets.

Planning your visit

Tickets for museum entry must be purchased online in advance of your visit – visitors may select their preferred entry time based on availability.

Groups are limited to six per party. Although, if adequate spaces are available for a specific time slot, larger groups may purchase by separate transactions, ensuring proper distancing upon arrival at the IPCC.

Admission and timed ticketing provides the ticket-holder up to two hours to enjoy all the open amenities associated with the Cultural Center.

Please be sure to bring your electronic or hard copy ticket, and a face mask.

IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED, FACIAL COVERINGS ARE OPTIONAL. The CDC advises individuals who are not fully vaccinated to continue wearing a facial covering. Thinking about getting vaccinated? Learn more at www.vaccines.gov

We can provide a wheelchair, which is cleaned and sanitized regularly, for those who require accommodation.

Directions & Parking: 

2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104 – SEE DIRECTIONS | SEE FACILITY MAP

Coming from Interstate 40, take the 6th/12th Streets exit, and travel north on 12th Street. We encourage you to park in the lot just north of the IPCC (on the east side of 12th Street), where there is ample parking.

Designated Entries:

Guests are to use the main (east, nearest to 12th street) entrance with glass doors into the IPCC building.

What to expect

The following IPCC facilities are open:

  • Museum exhibits and art galleries
  • Courtyard including daily artists
  • Outdoor murals
  • *IPCC Library and Archives is open Tues-Fri 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM by appointment. Please call 505-314-8207 to schedule your visit.

Dining and Shopping

Indian Pueblo Kitchen

  • In-house dining and outdoor patio dining available – reservations are not required, though for larger parties, are strongly recommended
  • No advance museum ticket purchase required to enter the restaurant
  • Phone ahead to-go orders (Call 505-724-3510 See Menu)
  • Pante Project pickup orders available once a month The Pante Project

Indian Pueblo Store

  • Guests can browse our authentic Native American products, such as art, jewelry and books 
  • No advance museum ticket purchase required to enter our store
  • Curbside pick-up remains available for online purchases for New Mexico residents
  • Easily and conveniently shop our online store with nationwide shipping available  IndianPuebloStore.com

Outdoor artisans

  • Shop art and jewelry vendors in the IPCC courtyard

Meeting, Party & Event Facilities

  • Please contact Analisa Aragon at 505-724-3509 to discuss booking a future event at IPCC

Safety Measures

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has earned the “New Mexico Safe Certified” seal, meeting state requirements based on heightened safety measures.

What we ask of visitors:

  • When you arrive at the Cultural Center, answer a brief list of questions as part of a health assessment
  • A face mask that protects the nose and mouth is required for all staff and visitors who are not fully vaccinated.
  • As you navigate the Cultural Center, please follow directional paths and designated entry and exit signs to ensure safe, socially distanced flow of foot traffic
  • Maintain social distance of at least 6 feet from individuals who are not part of your group or party

Steps we have taken to ensure your health and safety:

  • Compliance with occupancy restrictions
  • Online, contactless ticketing with timed entry
  • Identifiable designated entry and exit points and one-way directional paths
  • Contactless exhibits
  • Enhanced and frequent cleaning of public spaces
  • Access to hand sanitation stations throughout IPCC facilities

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is New Mexico Covid-Safe Certified