The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a wedding venue located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This event space includes a one-of-a-kind collection of various murals, art, and pottery, ensuring an abundance of unforgettable photo opportunities. When saying “I do” here, you and your guests also get to experience Native American culture with museum and mural tours as well as traditional dances and music.
Facilities and Capacity
This venue features numerous indoor and outdoor event spaces to suit weddings of varying sizes. The Pottery and Private room has a warm, welcoming atmosphere along with a pottery wall that represents New Mexico’s 19 pueblos. Ideal for groups of 25–100 guests, this room also includes a private balcony with scenic views of the Sandia Mountains. The Chaco I/II Ballrooms offer flexible event space, three drop-down screens, overhead projectors, an audiovisual tech booth, and room for 30–200 guests. For couples who prefer to hold their celebration outside, they can avail of the courtyard area. Here, you and your guests can enjoy dramatic architecture and seven murals illustrating traditional dances.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is able to accommodate a wide variety of wedding-related celebrations, including engagement parties, showers, elopements, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, and receptions. This venue features a professional events team that is dedicated to making your wedding vision a reality. To ensure an experience that is as stress free as possible, couples holding their event here are also offered the following wedding services and items:
When booking your special day at this venue, you can enjoy personalized menu planning from the culinary team at the on-site Pueblo Harvest Cafe. Various dining services are at your disposal, such as buffets, cocktail receptions, family-style service, hors d’oeuvres, stations, and more. You can opt for either a cash, a limited, or an open bar for your event. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center also has an extensive array of bar services available:
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4 Reviews for Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Recommended by 88% of couples
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Margo Olguin · Married on 06/08/2019
Couldn’t have asked for a better day. Our wedding was so beyond and so beautiful the entire team did such a great job! I definitely recommend the lighting package, totally worth it!Sent on 06/17/2019
A Green · Married on 03/30/2019
Wonderful and budget friendly
We had our wedding in the courtyard and the reception in the pottery room. It was perfect! The pottery room is separated from the rest of the cultural center. There are stairs and elevators to get to it., and a private balcony where you can see the Sandias. There is also a bathroom located right there that is just for you and your guests. Everyone had a wonderful time and the set up was amazing. We had such good service! Everyone I know said “make sure You save a plate so you can eat at some point during your wedding.” We didn’t have to worry about that because the staff made sure we tried all the food and always had drinks. They even helped us play our own music through the sound system and worked as a DJ for a part of the night. Food was amazing and the chef worked with us so we got exactly what we wanted! It’s hard to find places where the food and venue are all one price, but this place had wonderful packages. I can’t recommend this place enough.Sent on 05/01/2019
Vanessa · Married on 08/17/2019
Was a Beautiful Wedding
overall our experience was good we ran into a couple snags, but it wasn't horrible. If I could do it all over again I would it was a beautiful venue and all our guests were talking about how amazing the food and atmosphere was at the cultural center.Sent on 08/27/2019
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I have had the pleasure of Officiating at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center several times, and each time the staff has been professional, supportive, and all-around extremely coordinated in their set-up for the ceremony and reception/dance afterwards. It is uniquely New Mexican site with the culture and history surrounding your guests.