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Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum

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Traveling to Ancient Native Sites: The beauty of the Pueblo of Acoma
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Traveling to Ancient Native Sites: The beauty of the Pueblo of Acoma

Acoma Pueblo is considered to be one of longest inhabited places in North America. The stunning old Pueblo, Sky City, lies atop a sheer-sided mesa 367 ft. (111 m) above the valley floor. October to April tours to the top are on Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. April through September tours to the top are available daily
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Janet S wrote a review Aug 2020
Mountain Brook, Alabama81 contributions13 helpful votes
We had hoped to visit this summer but most Indian pueblos and associated businesses are temporarily closed so check back before you visit. We have visited this several times. Each time finding more improvements. The tour of the pueblo starts at the cultural center that houses a nice museum and cafe. Behind this is a covered shaded area for local tribe members to sell their beautiful crafts. Acoma is well known for their distinctive paooteru with fine-lined geometric designs. They also do beautiful silver jewelry. The prices at the pueblo are much lower than elsewhere and you are buying directly with the artists. The tour to the mesa top to see the pueblo starts there by bus , then an hour long walking tour led by a tribal member. An unforgettable experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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PaleoTex wrote a review Jun 2020
San Antonio, Texas19 contributions10 helpful votes
It is an enchanting place to visit. The buildings are old and incredibly well preserved. The residents we talked with were friendly and wanted to tell the story of Acoma. Have always admired the Native American pottery and Acoma is some of the beat. The view from the mesa is awe-inspiring. It is certainly worth the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Questovia wrote a review Jan 2020
Minot, North Dakota643 contributions190 helpful votes
Absolultey loved this center and the tour up toe the Acoma Pueblo. The video gave a good introduction as to what we should expect seeing the Pueblo and then our fantastic guide reinforced all that we saw. He was a native and so proud of his heritage and had a great way of describing and detailing the history. It was the highlight of my New Mexico trip. It was also nice to walk down the trail instead of taking the tour bus. It's rather steep and challenging in spots, but helps to give one an even better understanding of the challenges faced by the original natives.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from MelvinJ163, Manager at Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum
Responded Feb 1, 2020
Thank you for sharing your experience while visiting with us here at Acoma Pueblo and the Sky City Cultural Center & Haak’u Museum. We are delighted that this visit was the highlight of your New Mexico trip. Yes, we share so much enriched Native American history and we encourage people to come experience what we have to offer as it is an educational and spiritual visit.
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Sus I wrote a review Dec 2019
11 contributions3 helpful votes
The tour is a worth the price. Take the time to watch the film. Up on top, the church and graveyard are one of the big highlights so don't miss it because you are shopping. On the other hand, go shopping! You don't ever have a chance to wind around and back again. The only way to get back there is to get a camera pass. That gets you on the next tour bus up to the top. It was $15 when I went. There are a lot of vendors, not just the few you see when you first get off the bus, but all along the route. Ok, now go have fun and learn lots.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TeamWard wrote a review Dec 2019
Nottingham, United Kingdom4,250 contributions4,597 helpful votes
After a visit to the Acoma Sky City spend some time wandering around the cultural center, well worth spending time looking at some exhibits and wandering around the outside of the building.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Response from AcomaWoman, Manager at Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum
Responded Dec 18, 2019
We thank you for your comment on your visit to Acoma Pueblo and our Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum. It sounds like you had a pleasant and worth while time with us. Please continue to share your experience with others encouraging them to visit with us and be educated on the living history of the Acoma people. Thank you.
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