The Hispanic culture has shaped many tracts of Albuquerque property as well as the general face of the city. The National Hispanic Cultural Center exists to preserve, promote, and advance Hispanic culture. This is done through many events, celebrating the arts, exploring historical events, and bringing people together to keep traditions alive. Come browse the permanent and rotating exhibits, stand and appreciate works of art and the talented Hispanic individuals that created them, do research in the library, and trace back family members with the genealogy resources. Find information on those who may have called your Albuquerque property home before you did. Bring family and friends and enjoy a bite to eat at M’tucci’s Cocina Grill or Pop Fizz Paleteria during your visit.
LIVE in Albuquerque: Concerts, Dances, and Celebrations
Also keep an eye on the events calendar. It offers so many opportunities for all who live in Albuquerque to come together, learn something new, and have fun. Find such events as learning how to Flamenco dance, special tours focusing on specific topics, musical performances, theatre shows, films, food and cooking events, and holiday celebrations. The beautiful facilities here are also available to rent for your next special occasion. Learn more about the National Hispanic Cultural Center, plan a visit, and view a calendar of special events.