Visited Acoma in April with an 11-year old child who is not particularly interested in history during a trip to NM. We both ended up enjoying the whole experience from speaking with Acoma artists at the cultural center, dining at the cafe and touring the historic pueblo on top of mesa. The walking tour turned out to be a highlight, in part, because of the engaging, knowledgeable tour-guide Christine, and we learned a great deal about both the history of these people as well as their contemporary life. if you are shopping for Acoma pottery or jewelry, there is plenty of opportunity and choices and you won't find better values than at the Pueblo though it is a bit rushed. Our regret is that we didn't go back after the tour to take advantage of the chance to buy directly from the artists. All of the folks we interacted with were extremely friendly.
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