Albuquerque Museum has served as the city's cultural center since 1967. Located in the heart of Old Town, the Museum maintains a reputation for being one of the leading institutions for art, history and culture in the Southwest. Today, through the support of the City of Albuquerque, Cultural Services Department and the Albuquerque Museum Foundation, The Museum continues to celebrate the rich culture of the people, history and art through local, regional, national and international exhibitions.
Albuquerque Museum is a must-see destination.
Whether you're a local seeking to be immersed in art or history, or a visitor wanting to experience Albuquerque's premier cultural institution, be sure to include a visit to the Museum.
In addition to world-class exhibitions, the Museum offers a wide variety of programming including educational classes for children of all ages; live performances in its amphitheater; docent-guided tours in the Museum, its Sculpture Garden and Old Town; the Museum Store and the Museum's café, Slate at The Museum.
Albuquerque Museum also includes the historic Casa San Ysidro: The Gutiérrez-Minge House, located in the village of Corrales, just north of Albuquerque. This original Greek revival home, built by the Gutiérrez family in the 1870s, includes Alan and Shirley Minge's recreation of a 19th century rancho, complete with a small family chapel, a central plazuela and an enclosed corral. Learn more about Casa San Ysidro.
IMAGES: Photos of The Museum courtesy of Kirk Gittings