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Cultural Centers

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

There are few better ways to gain insights into New Mexico's Indian Pueblo history. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center proudly displays the history of the Pueblo people and preserves the Pueblo culture.

Visit the Museum to view the Our Land, Our Culture, Our Story permanent exhibit and the art collection from the 19 New Mexico Pueblos.

While in Albuquerque, visit one of the several Pueblos and partake in a traditional Feast Day for a unique and memorable experience. Listen to the songs, watch the reverent dances and enjoy the traditional food in northwest New Mexico.

National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico

See this premier cultural attraction in New Mexico. The National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico in Albuquerque has continued its mission of promoting the Hispanic culture since opening in 2000.

They have hosted 500 literary, performing and visual art programs and over 25 art exhibitions. Tour the center along the beautiful Rio Grande and stop by the museum store, La Tiendita, to find a one-of-a-kind treasure.

After touring the museum, consider visiting the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History or the Penfield Gallery of Indian Art for fun afternoon activity. Stay in comfort and enjoy Albuquerque during your next visit to New Mexico.

Institute of American Indian Arts

Visit one of the premier attractions in Santa Fe. The Institute of American Indian Arts is the only four-year fine arts institution specializing in contemporary Alaska Native and Native American Arts in the U.S. Located in Santa Fe, the institute offers degrees in Creative Writing, Studio Arts, Museum Studies and New Media Arts.

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts and the Center for Lifelong Education are included on campus. This northern New Mexico campus offers a wonderful variety of museums. The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, the New Mexico Museum of Art, and the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum offer a wealth of information on the area's rich history.