Visit Casa San Ysidro, the historic house of The Albuquerque Museum, a reconstructed 18th/19th century NM home in the village of Corrales. The adobe house is a prized piece of the past filled with Hispanic folk art, textiles & furniture collections.
Inside Casa San Ysidro, visitors will see one of the most extensive collections of handwoven floor coverings & hand-forged Spanish Colonial iron tools in the United States. Each room is painted with various pigments found in NM's soil, there are 26 inch thick adobe walls & an impressive sala with a church ceiling & a red flagstone floor from Acoma Pueblo. There is no modern heating or cooling.
Casa San Ysidro's free monthly programs offer a range of opportunities to explore the past. During these programs the rooms of this historic home filled with traditional tinwork, furniture and religious art and more are open to view at your own pace.
Casa San Ysidro invites our neighbors, partners, and the public to a community celebration of our founders, Tony Garcia, Ward Alan Minge, and Shirley Jolly Minge, with rehabilitated video footage, spe...