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Plan Your Visit to Albuquerque Museum

Albuquerque Museum is open to the public. Visitors must purchase tickets online in advance.

Museum Hours

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Museum Store Hours
10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Closed: Mondays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day

Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
(505) 243-7255

Front entrance of Albuquerque Museum located in the heart of Old Town. Photo credit: Nufer

Albuquerque Museum Contacts


AAM Accredited Museum logo

Albuquerque Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums. Accreditation signifies excellence to the museum community, to governments, funders, outside agencies, and to the museum-going public. 


Mission Statement

Albuquerque Museum: where our community is involved in Art and History and shares the stories of our rich heritage and many cultures. The Museum brings Albuquerque to the world and the world to Albuquerque. 

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Albuquerque Museum is the rock-solid cornerstone of Albuquerque’s cultural community. All things New Mexico: from the Alvarado to O’Keeffe, Blumenschein to the Bosque, and more.

Whether you're a local seeking to be immersed in art or history, or a visitor wanting to experience Albuquerque's premier cultural institution, be sure to include a visit to Albuquerque Museum.

In addition to world-class exhibitions, the Museum offers a wide variety of programming including educational classes for children of all ages; live performances in its amphitheater; docent-guided tours in the Museum, its Sculpture Garden and Old Town; the Museum Store and the Museum's café, Slate at The Museum.

Albuquerque Museum also includes the historic Casa San Ysidro: The Gutiérrez-Minge House, located in the village of Corrales, just north of Albuquerque. This original Greek revival home, built by the Gutiérrez family in the 1870s, includes Alan and Shirley Minge's recreation of a 19th century rancho, complete with a small family chapel, a central plazuela and an enclosed corral.

Sketching and Note Taking

Sketching and note taking are permitted in Common Ground: Art in New Mexico and Only in Albuquerque galleries with hand-held pads and pencils. Inquire at the information desk regarding special exhibitions. All sketching must be done at least four feet away from objects. Please respect others and do not sit or lie in front of objects, in walkways, or lean on walls. Please cooperate with Albuquerque Museum's security personnel if asked to move.