Acoma Pueblo will be closed July 9-14 and July 25, 2019
Fifty miles west of Albuquerque, Acoma Pueblo “Sky City”, the physical and spiritual homeland to the Acoma people, sits atop a sandstone mesa 367 feet above the desert floor. With the unique historical distinction as the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America, dating back to as early as 1100 A.D., Acoma continues to unfold its living history to a time far beyond our imagination-A time of creation and emergence into this world. The Pueblo of Acoma is the 28th National Trust Historic Site designated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the first Native American site to be designated.
Voted #1 Best Native American Experience by the readers of USA Today and 10 Best.
Hours: Open 7 days a week, 9am to 5pm. Pueblo guided tours will be held every hour on the half hour beginning at 9:30am and last tour of the day at 3:30pm.
Check our website for annual closures and unannounced cultural events before visitng.
Admission: $25 adults, Seniors/Military $22, Children/Youth $17.00, Family Package (2 adults, & 2 children) $66.00
Photography: Photography is allowed. Camera permit included in Admission Fee. Camera permits only (no tour) are $15.00 + tax. Video is prohibited.
Groups: Group fees are available for groups of 15 and over. Advance notice is required. Please call 505-552-7869.