Pueblo Revival architecture is a building style begun in the early part of the 20th century that is rooted in concepts of Hispanic and Pueblo architecture, specifically as seen in the Mission churches of New Mexico. The New Mexico Museum of Art building is a prime example of this style. Visitors to this event will have access to a variety of sources that show the evolution of the Pueblo Revival style and the Spanish colonial revival furniture that goes with it.
The lobby and courtyard of the museum are food and drink friendly, the library is just friendly. Please finish your food and drinks before entering the library.