Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum, Pueblo of Acoma

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History Museum
See Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum, built in accordance with ancestral pueblo architectural designs and showcasing Acoma's arts and historical highlights. Take a guided tour of the center to learn about the Native American philosophies, spirituality, and some of the customs that have held through to the present generations. You'll discover the ancient-style windows made of mica, artwork exhibits, and ceramic chimneys on the rooftop. At the center's cafe, you can taste some traditional meals, such as blue corn porridge or red beef pozole. Check out the local artisans' crafts, which are for sale. Make Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum part of your personalized Pueblo of Acoma itinerary using our Pueblo of Acoma vacation route planner.
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  • A breathtaking visit to living history. The setting is majestic, the views spectacular, and it's touching to meet the Native Americans who live and work here. I treasure the crafts that I bought there...  more »
  • Very interesting museum! Definitely worth the tour to the pueblo! Very interesting to see the combination of buildings. There are vendors of pottery, jewelry and other things, both during the walking ...  more »
  • Amazing views on the way, village is top of the hill, tour costs 25$/adult, only museum 17$. Great part of history.  more »
  • Amazing! If you are interested in Native American culture, this is a must visit location! Also, if you are in good enough shape, take the rock stairs down ; you will be rewarded with awesome views!
  • Was there in the early '80s. don't recall any tours at the time but folks were always friendly. Working for Mt Bell at the time I interacted with miners, ranchers and Navajo as well as Laguna-Acoma. Puebla folks were generally the most welcoming. Sky City, as I knew it, was called the oldest continuously occupied settlement in North America. Beautiful drive and very nice.
  • Good movie but most exhibits were closed. Not worth the admission. The tour of Acoma was worth it. Walk down if you are able.
  • Marvelous view from the top of the town. And the history is very interesting.
  • Awesome tour! Very in depth and thorough.