The Cultural Center was very nice to visit while in town for the first time. It wasn't too interesting to the two little ones but it was a nice place one in which my mom and I enjoyed.
The museum part was very interesting and we enjoyed the lady that worked there who explained to us all of the history and stories behind the paintings.
There was also, a little area for kids with molding clay and crayons and pictures to color. They also, have daily Native American dances in the courtyard. They weren't really that interesting or at least the tribe we saw wasn't. I guess the Pueblo Indians are a lot more laid back than the Plains Indians who have the pow wows. It was still a good experience.
I would have to say though the best part of the visit was the Pueblo Harvest Cafe & Bakery on the other side of the center. The food was really good and the atmosphere was very laid back and the decor was nicely done. The Indian tacos were to die for! Highly recommend!
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