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Hours and Admission

As the health and safety of our visitors, employees, and the community are our utmost priority, everyone is required to wear an approved mask or cloth face covering when entering any facility on the NHCC campus. All visitors are encouraged to review the Department of Cultural Affairs Covid-safe visiting guidelines here. We appreciate your cooperation.

Administration

505-246-2261

Art Museum

Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–4 pm
505-246-2261
Learn more here

* $6 for Adults (17+)

* $5 for NM Residents (17+)

* $2 for Torreón Tour

* $3 for K-12 NM Educators and Administrators

* Free for Youth (16 and under), NHCC Foundation Members, Foster Parents and Children in the Custody of Foster Parents

* Free for NM Resident Seniors (60+) on Wednesdays

* Free for US Active Duty Military Personnel between Memorial Day and Labor Day

* Free for NM Residents on the first Sunday of each month

Education Building

(Temporarily Closed)
Admission varies by event

History & Literary Arts Building

(Temporarily Closed)
505-383-4778
Learn more here

Library & Genealogy Center

(Temporarily Closed)
505-383-4778
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Performing Arts Theatres & Box Office

Tuesday–Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and Saturdays 12 pm to 4 pm
505-724-4771
Learn more here

Torreón

Thursday’s and Friday’s,
11 am Torreón Tour

Pop Fizz Paleteria

For hours, please check the website here.

La Fonda del Bosque

For hours, please check the website here.

Holiday Closures

New Year’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
Memorial Day
Labor Day

The NHCC now offers online sales

Admission tickets to the Visual Art Museum, Mundos de Mestizaje: Torreón Tours and performances in the Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts are available for purchase online. A limited number of timed tickets will be available each day to the Visual Arts Museum and the Torreón Tours. Guests may choose a time and date when they purchase tickets online. Plan ahead and get your tickets below.

We offer docent guided-tours!

Celebrate artworks and artists from diverse Latino experiences through the NHCC’s Visual Arts Museum and the Mundos de Mestizaje fresco in the Torreón!

The Visual Arts Museum galleries feature artworks from the NHCC’s permanent collection, the Community Art Gallery dedicated to highlighting New Mexico’s artists, and rotating local, national and international exhibitions.

Mundos de Mestizaje by Frederico Vigil depicts thousands of years of Hispanic history highlighting diverse cultural connections between people and places from the Iberian Peninsula to the Americas. The 4,000 square foot painting is one of the largest frescos in North America.

We also offer a robust schedule of educational programs for children, families, and adults of all ages.

For a docent-guided tour through the Visual Arts Museum please schedule your tour at least two-weeks in advance by calling 505-383-4774. The Mundos de Mestizaje: Torreón Tours are available by clicking on the link below to purchase tickets.

Torreón Tours

Whether you're a little hungry or a lot hungry, we have you covered.

Pop Fizz Paleteria

Pop Fizz is a Mexican style ice cream shop with an American soda shop twist! We make all natural fruit and cream popsicles and delicious hot food items.

Visit Pop Fizz Paleteria in the Pete V. Domenici Education Building for lighter fare (including delicious sandwiches/tortas and frito pie) and their unique and fantastic frozen treats.

For hours and menus, visit the Pop Fizz website.

Pop Fizz Paleteria

La Fonda del Bosque

La Fonda del Bosque, a sister company to City Treats Parties & Catering, both sharing a space at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. We offer a unique dining experience, featuring Latin Fusion Cuisine.

Visit La Fonda del Bosque in the History and Literary Arts Building for unique Latin fusion fare, with New Mexico inspired decor.

For hours and menus, visit La Fonda del Bosque website.

La Fonda del Bosque

Directions

Address

1701 4th St. SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

From I-25

Exit Avenida César Chávez, follow west over railroad tracks. You can enter the campus by turning left on 4th Street or 8th Street.

From Downtown

Follow 4th Street south to Avenida César Chávez, and turn right into the campus from 4th Street just after you pass Avenida César Chávez.

From Bridge Blvd.

Travel east on Bridge until it becomes Avenida César Chávez, and then turn right on 8th Street into the campus.

By Bicycle

Ride along the Rio Grande bosque bike trail until Bridge Blvd. crosses overhead. Exit the path on the south side of the overpass, and you will be on the northwest corner of the campus.

By Bus

Bus Routes 53 and 54 travel by the NHCC. On Bus Route 53, exit at the 8th Street and Bridge Ave. stop, then cross to the south side of Bridge Ave./Avenida César Chávez, and enter the campus through 8th Street. On Bus Route 54, exit at the 4th Street and Avenida César Chávez stop, then cross to the south side of Avendia César Chávez, and enter the campus through its entrance along 4th Street.

Campus Map

Looking for a Place to Stay?

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