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Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum

Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
+1 505-552-7861
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Drove off route to locate this destination and it was amazing! The mesmerizing recording of the... read more

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Acoma Sky City

Acoma Sky City is the oldest inhabited city in our country....don't miss this incredible place... read more

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The Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum, rich in cultural architecture, serves as the reception center and museum for visitors to the Pueblo of Acoma, as well as a research and community use facility for tribal members. The primary 40,000 square foot Cultural Center is a two story structure with a basement and central courtyard/plaza area. The Cultural Center was designed to represent and recreate the ancestral architectural styles of the Acoma people – which include natural stacked stone and natural mud plastered adobe – while showcasing Acoma Pueblo architecture both past and present. This world class facility is dedicated to the preservation of Acoma history, traditional pottery and other art forms, the repatriation of objects of cultural patrimony and the development of both educational and interpretive programs.
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Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
+1 505-552-7861
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Drove off route to locate this destination and it was amazing! The mesmerizing recording of the chanting hooked you as soon as you approached the entrance. An extremely interesting and educational place for all the family and well worth driving out of way to visit...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Acoma Sky City is the oldest inhabited city in our country....don't miss this incredible place, where history is alive---this city is still inhabited by the Acoma. They are a vibrant, industrious, creative, and autonomous people. They hold their traditional beliefs, which they share gladly with...More

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Melvin J, Manager at Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thank you for sharing your story of your experience at Acoma Pueblo. Please enjoy the pottery you purchased and cherish it. We look forward to your son's review on hos experience with us. Please continue to share your experience to many others around, encouraging them...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Acoma – Sky City Pueblo. So much history, very special place. So glad we didn’t pass this by. We were told by an artist who is from Acoma to arrive really early am, wished we’d followed his good advice. The drive from ABQ took longer...More

2  Thank plushkin_inna
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a unique place in the US. Be sure to take a tour of Sky City. The museum could use better exhibits. Like the wonderful pottery produced by Acoma women.

1  Thank Lorraine2010
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stopped here on our way to Sedona. Small van takes visitors from cultural centre to the top of the mesa to see where the Acoma people have lived for hundreds of years. Our guide was very knowledgeable and the location was very interesting. Views...More

1  Thank MindVisions
Reviewed October 31, 2017

I will only comment about our experience on touring the Pueblo of Acoma. Judging from the reviews of fellow travelers, I assume we were rather unlucky with the tour guide we had. We expected to hear a lot about the way of life, the traditions,...More

1  Thank phaedra o
Reviewed October 29, 2017

This is a regular stop for us whenever we are visiting in NM. Currently the Museum has two exhibits very much worth seeing: "Growing Up Pueblo, Past, Present, and Future of the Acoma People" and "Without Reservations" featuring the illustrations of cartoonist Ricardo Cate' from...More

1  Thank RevLou
Reviewed October 26, 2017

This was my second visit to Sky City and I was again impressed with how well run this museum and cultural center is. The tours of Sky City are every hour on the half hour, but do plan to spend time in the museum as...More

1  Thank Chris L
Reviewed October 23, 2017

Be sure and take time to visit the museum. Right now there is a very special exhibit by a Native American cartoonist - lots of fun. Take the bus ride to Sky city, enjoy the tour, talk with a few of the potters and artists...More

1  Thank Robert P
Reviewed October 18, 2017

We were so glad we just made the last tour of the day (it started at 3:30 and we did not have advance reservations). It did take us a hour or so to drive to this place from downtown Albuquerque, so we did not get...More

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Billie D
October 18, 2017|
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Response from grriverajr | Reviewed this property |
Billy, it is a wonder site to visit, and there is a small buss that will take you to the top where the tour takes place. However, once at the top, there is walking on broken ground and hard-packed "streets" among the... More
May 29, 2017|
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Response from SkyCity_C_C | Property representative |
Hello Sebastian. It is good to know that you are coming to visit. Depending on if the pot is made traditionally or is a green ware (poured from slip) the price will vary. Because of the amount of work that goes into making a... More
Jennifer N
February 22, 2017|
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Response from Donald R | Reviewed this property |
To really know what is going on there, you need to call. They have festival days when the pueblo is closed to non-pueblo members. A general schedule may not reflect that. Also if a funeral is happening that day, they may... More