Welcome to the Gutiérrez Hubbell House, a joint venture between Bernalillo County Open Space and Hubbell House Alliance

Ongoing Events

South Valley Visions

South Valley Visions will be open now through February 23, 2020.

Coming Events

Outdoor Painting Workshop and Demo

Saturday, 8 February 2020

Join the Plein Air Land-Scapers for a morning of outdoor painting. The PALS will be painting and talking about their process. You are invited to watch or join in. Bring your own art materials.

History & Culture Lecture Series:

A Myth Busting Account of Slavery in the New World

Sunday, February 16, 2020

This presentation will provide an overview of the book The Other Slavery, The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America by Andrés Reséndez. An important book that changes what we thought we knew about the colonization of the New World, focusing on the enslavement of Native Americans in Latin and Central America and in the Indies, and into the 19th century especially in New Mexico and California.

The presentation will be followed by small group discussions that engage participants in sharing their own experiences and perspectives and provoke deeper understanding.

Family program:

Art & Nature Explorations

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Join us for this free, family-friendly program exploring art and nature at Gutiérrez Hubbell House with the Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge and Friends of the Valle de Oro. Come dressed for adventures and messes in the gardens and grounds at GHH as we create art that reflects the beauty of our natural environment and South Valley birds, plants, and other residents. Drop in any time throughout the morning.

Art Along the Rio Grande - Save the Date - Sat April 25, 2020

Art Along the Rio Grande — Save the Date

Saturday, April 25, 2020

If you are an artist that is interested in being a vendor at this event, please register to be added to our contact list.

Greetings from the Hubbell House Alliance! We want to thank you for your past support of the historic Gutiérrez Hubbell House History and Cultural Center (GHHHCC), listed on the National Register of Historic Places and proud home of two historical markers honoring our own Juliana Gutiérrez Y Chaves Hubbell and Josefa Baca. It’s so exiting and we have YOU, our supporters, to thank!


Would you be willing to continue to support the Hubbell House Alliance?  By joining or renewing your membership, you are supporting an educational center devoted to preserving history and agricultural heritage, maintaining open space and serving the community. Your donation will help us operate this beautiful museum and provide our many entertaining and educational – and mostly free – events. Your membership does have rewards! You will help preserve this historic center for many generations to come and to show our appreciation, we offer a free scheduled tour for you – at your convenience!  You’ll receive a monthly reminder email (yes just once a month) detailing all our programs and special events.

Won’t you continue to help us preserve this wonderful historic property?  Simply complete the form below and mail with your payment – and know that your support will be well spent and tremendously appreciated.  Thank you and please visit us soon!


The Hubbell House Alliance Board of Directors 

Membership Committee


Please make check out to: The Hubbell House Alliance

And mail to:  6029 Isleta Boulevard SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

              * Individual/Family: $25                             * Sponsor: $250                                                 * Patron: $1000

Please include the following information with your check:
Name, Date, Address, City, State, Zip, Phone, Email


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This book accompanies the Geniazro exhibit