On the day we visited cameras and cell phones were not allowed, the admission was only about $10 for parking, but you had to park in a dusty, recently used horse field very far from the actual Pueblo, then walk a very long way. San Geronimo Day Celebration is a day where there are many booths set up with handmade items for sale. Many male Indians get painted up head to toe (quite frightening to children) and roam the crowds to do things people wouldn't ordinarily do; such as take things from the tourists, take things without paying from a food vendor and scare young children. We watched some young children be taken from their parents and be taken to the river to have water splashed in their faces. Our own 3 year old daughter was sprayed in the face with a water bottle by one man (I was holding her so my ear was also filled with water), then another man who saw her crying got in her face and let out the loudest noise I've ever heard! (I'm a mom of 4 I've heard some very loud noises!) The Indian women nearby laughed their heads off - we got the last laugh: with 6 of us we were very likely to purchase several items from the food and craft vendors, however we left immediately and will never return.