To Our Valued Guests:

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is committed to providing our guests with a safe and enjoyable visit. For this reason, we are taking extra precautions to ensure our Campus is disinfected and cleaned frequently. We are also working with our staff to ensure they are closely following protocols to help prevent the spread of germs including COVID-19. We also rely on our visitors to follow the CDC recommendations for preventing the spread of the virus.

We have formed an internal COVID-19 Task Force that is meeting and communicating daily to ensure we are aware of all new developments and taking action as needed. Our executive team is also carefully monitoring news and updates from top health and travel institutions.

Unfortunately, due to this important international situation, some of our events have been postponed or canceled, and our hours of operations have changed. We will keep our website updated with the most up-to-date information to ensure you know our schedules. Please check as you plan your visit to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center to find current information.

Follow these links to find recent traveler information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Visit Albuquerque. Visit the New Mexico Department of Health website for current updates about COVID-19 as well.

Thank you for your interest in and support of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

Temporary Schedule Changes In Effect 3/19/2020

Because the health and safety of our community is our top priority, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Campus is making some temporary schedule changes due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. The following changes are now in effect until further notice:

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

  • Museum and Library – temporarily closed to the public
  • Courtyard Cultural Dances & Artist Program – temporarily canceled
  • March 18 Counter-Narrative: Captured Culture Panel Discussion – postponed indefinitely
  • March 21 & 22 Pueblo Film Fest – postponed indefinitely
  • April 20-26 American Indian Week & Native Arts Market – canceled

Shumakolowa Native Arts Store

  • Physical store temporarily closed to the public;
  • Online shopping still available at

Pueblo Harvest Restaurant

Following the State of New Mexico restaurant mandates for social distancing purposes:

  • Temporarily closed until further notice, effective 3/19/2020
  • “Live Music in the Fireroom” on Friday and Saturday evenings is temporarily canceled;
  • Easter Buffet canceled

Starbucks @ Avanyu Plaza

  • Temporarily closed until further notice, effective 3/19/2020

As this is an evolving situation, please visit our website at for any further updates

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