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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

 

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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. 
March—November

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.