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Casa San Ysidro Tour

Overview

The Gutiérrez / Minge House is a historic house museum located at the edge of the irrigated Rio Grande Valley in Corrales. The Gutiérrez family first built the original casa with provincial Greek Revival detailing in 1875. In 1953 Ward Alan and Shirley Jolly Minge purchased the home to house their growing collection of New Mexican vernacular art. During their residency they constructed a romantic recreation of a Spanish rancho to incorporate salvaged wooden architectural elements and structural details from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The house now provides prime examples of traditional New Mexican art and furnishings and creates an historic interpretation through its sequence, scale, and proportion. Casa San Ysidro is operated by the Albuquerque Museum and is available to tour by reservation.

· Tours are Tuesday – Friday at 9:30 AM and 1:30 PM

Please arrive on time.

Saturday: 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM, & 1:30 PM

· Please wear a mask

· To help with social distancing please remain 6 feet apart

o Floor ‘X’ markings will show where to stand

· Sanitizer stations are stationed at the beginning and end of a tour

Casa San Ysidro (The Gutiérrez-Minge House) is a PUBLIC FACILITY

The City of Albuquerque does not and cannot guarantee the health and/or safety of anyone who enters against COVID-19 and is not responsible for potential exposure to COVID-19.

While the City of Albuquerque is taking measures to minimize the exposure to COVID-19, you are entering at your own risk.

If you are feeling sick prior to your scheduled visit, we ask that you stay home