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Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum

Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
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Deeply Moving and Important

We had the rare opportunity to tour the cultural center and ascend the Pueblo with the Director of... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Estero, Florida
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Wonderful Experience

We hadn't planned to visit here but a lady at a store in Albuquerque who showed interest in our... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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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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  • Very good14%
  • Average4%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We had the rare opportunity to tour the cultural center and ascend the Pueblo with the Director of the program and I have to say it was one of the most memorable cultural experiences I have ever had. I simply will not ever forget entering...More

Thank PaulBadgers1234
Reviewed 3 days ago

We hadn't planned to visit here but a lady at a store in Albuquerque who showed interest in our travels suggested that we take the detour. We're so glad we did, it was the loveliest experience from start to finish. You have to take a...More

Thank travelpartners05
Reviewed 4 days ago

We came with a tour group so time was limited. I would have loved to wander through the museum at the center but there wasn't time. We were taken up to the Mesa in buses. The ride up gave wonderful views of the lands below....More

Thank Rebekajean
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My husband and i really enjoyed this. We walked around the small but well appointed museum, had some great guacamole and chips at the restaurant and bought pottery and souvenirs from the locals around the museum as well as on the bluff. We took the...More

Thank Ahahn063
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you come here looking for the realism of Mesa Verde or Bandelier National Monument you will be disappointed. Other than the chapel and two homes, there is little on the mesa that appears to pre-date the 40's and 50's. However, it is still an...More

Thank TouringTwoTimers
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is something not to be missed all very interesting informing the group about how they used to live , the battles they had to keep the village . Added to this there were a number of pueblos selling their wares . Mostly hand made...More

Thank johnsoutham
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My recent visit to the Pueblo of Acoma shall stay with me and remain close to my heart. On our way to the Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum to check in, take note of the openness of the land and mountainous rock formations,...More

1  Thank Napa43
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The views, the history, the artists, the stories...if you want to know the real story of southwest, see the unspoiled beauty, hear the stories and legends from the mouths of the people who are ancestors of the longest continually occupied settlement in the region,my out...More

1  Thank Azlzrd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove to the Sky City Pueblo to take the tour of the cultural center and the town. The center had a fabulous exhibit of the tribe's history and newspaper comic strip by Ricardo Cate. The staff are friendly and our guide, Brandon, was informative...More

Thank WashCaps
Management response:Responded 4 weeks ago

Good morning, Thank you for visiting with us here at Acoma Pueblo "Sky City", to learn about the living history of the Acoma people. I apologize if your experience was maybe somewhat intimidating by a number of Acoma artisans set up with their artwork along...More

Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The visistor center is a nice start to the pueblo tour,but the actual museum exhibit is not well designed,yet.There's room for improvement. The biggest problem for us was,that the restaurant was closed when we got there for our tour.This place is pretty far from major...More

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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
February 22, 2017|
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Response from MarkL1225 |
Good Morning, there should be local Acoma Indians selling pottery, but be careful, as more and more is no longer coil thrown hand made, rather painting "green ware" molds. It's the authentic designs and patterns, but a... More