Acoma Pueblo is built atop a sheer-walled, 367-foot sandstone bluff in a
valley studded with sacred, towering monoliths. Since 1150 A.D., Acoma
Pueblo has earned the reputation as the oldest continuously inhabited
community in North America. The mesa-top settlement is known worldwide for
its unique art and rich culture.
A federally recognized Indian Tribe, Acoma Pueblo has a land base covering
431,664 acres and is home to 4,800 tribal members with more than 250
dwellings, none of which have electricity, sewer, or water. In 1629,
construction began on the massive San Esteban del Rey Mission, a Catholic
mission. Both the Mission and the Pueblo are Registered National Historical
Discover the centuries-old history of New Mexico¹s southwest Indians. Acoma
Pueblo offers a window in time where Native people carry on the customary
traditions of their ancestors through Native American pottery-making and
tribal celebrations. Educational tours and cultural exhibits are designed to
generate a broader and deeper understanding of the Acoma People.
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Opened in the spring of 2006, the museum showcases the profound history, art, and life way of the Acoma People.
Meet in a truly inspiring setting! Groups of 10 to 80 easily accommodated. Pueblo tours, catering, museum tours can be part o the package.
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This mesa-top village in the western area of the state is known worldwide for its unique art and profoundly rich Pueblo culture.