Albuquerque, N.M.’s Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Expands and Offers New Tours

New gift shop set to open in April; packaged tours now include visit to Puye Cliffs

By: By Deanna Ting

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, N.M., is entering the second phase of its renovation and is offering new packaged tours this year. The center, which added a new restaurant in 2008, will relocate its gift shop to a new location in April, as well as expand its outdoor dining space and patio to accommodate larger live music events.

This spring, the center is also launching new packaged tour to the Puye Cliffs that are located 11/2 hours northwest of Albuquerque. From the late 1100s to 1580, the cliffs were home to some 1,500 Pueblo Indians, and they consist of two levels of cliff dwellings. The tour includes transportation, a guide, lunch and a guided tour of the historic site.

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center


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