We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
6029 Isleta Boulevard Southwest, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87105, United States
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.
SE PUEDE HACER UN RECORRIDO TURÍSTICO EN ESPAÑOL. POR FAVOR CONTÁCTENOS A GUTIERREZHUBBELLHOUSE@GMAIL.COM
David Ottaviano is our site manager. He comes to Bernalillo County Open Space with a wealth of educator and cultural and historical resource interpretation experience. For the last 9 years, David has been an Interpretive Park Ranger, with the National Park Service (NPS). He started his NPS career at historic site museums in New York City, where he is from originally. David has spent the past five years at Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque.
David is a former Peace Corps Volunteer and middle school history teacher. He has always been deeply involved in both developing and leading youth education and public programming that brings out the unique cultural and natural resources of an area or site. He is enthusiastic about learning the rich history of the Gutiérrez Hubbell House and property, as well as becoming familiar with the Bernalillo County Open Space system.
David holds a BA in history and MA in political sociology. He enjoys cooking, travel, hiking and camping and loves spending time with his wife and 8-year old daughter.