We spent about 5 hours here yesterday. Arrived here just before the first dance at 11. On the weekend they showcase different tribal dancers at 11 and 2. We got to see the Zuni dancers which was wonderful to see such young people honoring their heritage, took a break to eat lunch at the restaurant and had the delicious and huge Indian taco salad. Some parts of the museum were closed do to redoing exhibits, but what they did have really explained the different pueblos. So very interesting. Our B&B had a card which gave us one free admission and the girl at the admission desk very nicely informed us to take the other half of the card to get free salsa and chips in the restaurant.
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