Heading to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a perfect start for a glimpse of Albuquerque and its rich Native American heritage. This beautiful property is gorgeous, welcoming, educational, fun and, if you eat at the Harvest Cafe, delicious! Sometimes there are artists from local pueblos selling their jewelry, paintings, weavings or tiles in the lobby at tables. The gift shop is a wee bit pricey, but you will find some items not sold anywhere else, such as a hand beaded lanyard. The museum portion is $10 admission and worth every penny. Enjoy films, art, pottery and historic overviews of 19 local Albuquerque pueblos. The Harvest Cafe is worthy of a trip on its own. Prices are low, service is friendly and the f-o-o-d...the f-o-o-d! Best chile rellonos ever. Pasole is delicious as is all else. No wonder lots of locals dine there! During sunny weather sit outside and enjoy the smell of homemade pueblo bread baked in a kiva as you dine.
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