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Gutierrez Hubbell House

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6029 Isleta Blvd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105-6631
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Marie5466 wrote a review Dec 2019
Canada922 contributions428 helpful votes
Imagine a woman in the 1700’s owning 40 square miles of land from the Rio Grande to the Rio Puerco, 13 miles to the West! Way before women were normally allowed to be landowners! What force of character, what foresight… We had Bruce (long white-bearded Santa-like) as a docent. He was very informative and still had the willingness to learn more about the history of the area… From 1600 to 1850, follow the history of three generations of the same family. Farmers, realtors, general store owners, they were well-rounded and did a bit of everything. They made money thanks to merino wool, wine from over 3,300 grapevines, over 30 varieties of apples, and much more. Go as slow or as fast as you want, no one puts pressure on the way you ‘should’ visit this place. We were here in the winter and it was too cold to visit the grounds, we will return when the weather warms up. Donation based visit – worth your while
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mary G wrote a review Aug 2019
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If you like seeing old things, then you will enjoy this house. The Gutierrez Hubbell House is one of my favorites because I enjoy seeing all of the old artifact from New Mexico's Spanish colonial past, the history in the displays, and walking around the huge garden. The tour docent was very knowledgeable and added a lot to our experience. It was well worth my time!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Burquebrujita wrote a review Oct 2018
Albuquerque, New Mexico1 contribution
We had a wonderful time wandering around the grounds and the guides focused the tour for my kids. A great way to spend an hour or an afternoon.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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mjvan67 wrote a review Jun 2018
Indianapolis, Indiana6 contributions
Thoroughly enjoyed the fantastic tour I received. The informational displays were informative and interesting to read. The acequia at the rear of the property has a lovely little trail beside it.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Dwayne G wrote a review Oct 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri305 contributions94 helpful votes
First, we've seen lots of castles and mansions...but this was very different because of the Southwest style: single story, spread out. And the story of the people and culture there evoked a European feudal manor. Our docent asked how long we could spend, and when we said "all day" he was delighted to give us lots of history of the home and those who lived there. Turned out the home was in his family generations ago. He shared about how the wealthy landowners and those who worked for them had a symbiotic relationship, and about marriages through the years impacted the family.. Great stories! And FREE (donations for foundation accepted)
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Date of experience: October 2017
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