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Sculpture Garden

On view at Albuquerque Museum. The sculpture garden includes works by many of the most important sculptors of the American Southwest.

Nora Naranjo-Morse, Numbe Whageh, 2005, earthen work, 140' to 157', 1% for the Arts Fund, CIty of Albuquerque.
Drone footage, City of Albuquerque, 2019: Charles Barber, PG, Environmental Services Division, Environmental Health Department; Cynthia Abeyta, Survey Division, Department of Municipal Development 


Albuquerque Museum Sculpture Garden on view 24/7


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Allan Houser, Prayer

Allan Houser, Prayer (detail), 1994, bronze.  Albuquerque Museum; museum purchase, 1997. General Obligation Bonds. PC1999.1.1


Sebastian, Variacion Nuevo Mexico

Sebastian, Variacion Nuevo Mexico, 1989, painted steel, 28 x 20 x 23 ft., museum purchase, 1987 General Obligation Bonds and 1% for Art Funds, City of Albuquerque, PC1989.40.1



The Albuquerque Museum sculpture garden includes 53 works of art by many of the most important sculptors of the American Southwest. Artists include Alan Houser, Nora Naranjo-Morse, Jesus Bautista Moroles, Charles Strong, Glenna Goodacre, Ed Haddaway, Bob Haozous, Luis Jimenez, and more.

Albuquerque enjoys 310 days of sunshine every year – take a walk and enjoy the art and the park-like setting year round. Additional sculptures are installed inside the Museum and are available for viewing during regular Museum hours.

Sculpture Garden Tours

Wednesdays and Saturdays:  11 a.m. 

Enjoy a pleasant stroll in our sculpture garden with a friendly docent who will share stories on the artists and their works. No reservations necessary. Tours are free with your paid general admission to the Museum.

Self-Guided Sculpture Garden Tours

Self-guided tour books of the sculpture garden are available for check-out at the Museum admissions desk in the lobby. Sculpture garden tours are operated under the direction of the Albuquerque Museum Education Division.