Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is located on 12th street NW 2401 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fun fact, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is actually on Indian Reservation Land. This is one of the only structures and places within the city, which is on Reservation Land.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center includes a large amount of parking areas for you to easily access the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum, Shumakolowa Native Arts, and Pueblo Harvest Café. Be sure to check out the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center website to see what days and times the Cultural Center is open.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Museum offers discounted admission for seniors, military families, New Mexico residents, and children. Group tickets are offered too. Catch a tour to learn about the history, traditions, and cultures of the 19 Pueblos. There is a large amount of art inside the museum. Take time to learn about the artifacts and why they are important historical items.
There are special tours about the art and about learning about the history of the 19 Pueblos. Be sure to check the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center website for current and updated information on the tours. Each tour is different and you will always learn new information from the guided tours too.
The Shumakolowa Native Arts features a diverse shop full of the 19 Pueblo arts, items, books, and jewelry. The potteries inside this shop were handcrafted and specialty made for you to enjoy and collect. Pottery is delicately created using traditional and ceramic techniques for beautiful colors, designs, and shapes. The shapes of the pottery vary. There are large jars, small animals, and pottery featuring patterns and special designs. The designs are historical and hold special meaning. Some designs are centuries old and are passed down from generation to generation.
The Shumakolowa Native Arts jewelry section features hand crafted jewelry such as necklaces, bolo ties, and rings. The precious stones used include turquoise, obsidian, and other earthly stones to create special items for wearing and collecting. The jewelry bolo ties feature designs such as the bear claw, eagle feathers, and many more creative designs.
Shumakolowa Native Arts features a large book section with Native American written historical facts and accounts, books for children, and postcards feature Native American art designs and sketches. Be sure to spend time and look for a great gift inside this store.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center includes the Pueblo Harvest Café which serves seasonal food items, Native American dishes, and music events too. The diverse dishes include Blue Corn Chicken and Waffles served with warm syrup. This dish is perfect for your fall and winter months! There are dessert items and appetizers too. The live music events features djs and live local bands during the weekend evenings too. Be sure to check out the times and dates for the live music events, which feature pizza and tacos too!
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center features opportunities for youth and young adults to learn about history and to become an intern. Through an internship, they can learn about the 19 Pueblos and help at the Cultural Center.
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