Gutiérrez Hubbell House is open to the public!
We invite you to join us and explore our permanent exhibits and current community-curated exhibit Ofrendas Comunitarias: Muertos Y Marigolds 2022.
Exhibit on view October 7, 2022 – November 12, 2022.
Open space and trails open from dawn to dusk daily.
Gutiérrez Hubbell House is located at 6029 Isleta Blvd SW in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87105.
Open to the public 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday – Saturday.
Open space and trails remain open from dawn to dusk daily.
Admission is free! Donations to GHHA are gladly accepted and assist us directly with museum expenses. Photography is permitted (and encouraged) in the house and on the grounds. Displays and information provided in English and Spanish.
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Directions to the Gutiérrez Hubbell House
Exit 220, Rio Bravo Blvd and go west (turn right at end of ramp). Continue 2.5 miles to the Isleta Blvd traffic light and go south (turn left) Travel 3 miles and The House is on the right, just past Don Felipe Road.
Exit 213, Isleta Blvd SW and go north (turn left at end of ramp). Continue approximately 3 miles and The House is on the left, just past Hubbell Circle.
Covid Safe Practices
We’ll be observing all New Mexico public health guidelines and COVID-safe practices. We are a NM-Safe Certified museum.
As of Friday, February 18, 2022, masks are optional in all county facilities except Metropolitan Detention Center, Youth Services Center and CARE Campus as per state health order.
Individuals are still welcome and encouraged to wear a face mask if they feel it is the best option for them while working in or visiting a county facility.
All county buildings are equipped with sanitation stations with hand sanitizer or wipes available.
For events and programs, please sign up individually for each member of your group so we can assess group size and use the notes section to let us know of any requests for accommodation. If you are having trouble signing up, please call 505-314-0400 or email BernCo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museum and grounds are ADA compliant and NM Safe Certified for COVID-19 Safe Practices.