Visit Indian Pueblos near Santa Fe
Come to Santa Fe for an authentic cultural tourism experience when you visit the nearby Eight Northern Indian Pueblos, where ancient traditions still flourish. This is the only place in the world to see thriving Pueblo cultures with incredibly rich artistic traditions.
Take a day trip to a pueblo for a ceremonial feast day or dance and a chance to meet artists. Then return to Santa Fe for a delicious dinner and a relaxing night's sleep in a comfortable Santa Fe hotel. Spend a day at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, where you'll learn about Pueblo culture and history and see a dance, a music concert or an artist's demo. Back in Santa Fe, spend an exciting evening at a cultural event and a serene night in a Santa Fe hotel.
Nineteen pueblos are located around New Mexico, including the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos north of Santa Fe -- Nambe, Ohkay Owinge, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, Taos and Tesuque. Three other Native American groups reside in New Mexico, the Jicarilla Apache, the Mescalero Apache and the Navajo.
Explore the Indian Pueblos guide on Santafe.org to help you plan your visit. You'll learn about New Mexico's Pueblo Indian history as well as contemporary Pueblo life.
You'll also discover the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos near Santa Fe as well as New Mexico's Other Pueblos and Native American Tribes & Nations.
Find helpful information about each pueblo, nation and tribe. See when traditional dances and feast days take place. And get directions and contact information.
Come visit New Mexico's Indian Pueblos and you'll be taking a trip of a lifetime.
Find everything you need to book your Santa Fe getaway at Santafe.org.
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