National Hispanic Cultural Center

Rising south of downtown like a miniature Mayan pyramid, this impressive complex combines a visual-arts museum with a library, genealogy center, restaurant, meeting areas and other facilities. Museum exhibits, rotating every 3-6 months, focus on Hispanic art and culture, from 18C-19C retablos, to the works of contemporary artists, to photographs of "low riders.

Useful information

Adresse : 

4th St. SW 1701

Phone:

+1 505-246-2261

Price:

3 $

Opening hours

daily except Mon 10am-5pm

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