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Coronado Historic Site

485 Kuana Rd., Bernalillo, NM 87004
+1 505-867-5351
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Worth a quick visit

The Coronado Historic site is a bit less than meets the eye. The highlight is a docent who delivers... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
ggsmac
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New Rochelle, New York
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Awesome historic sight

An amazing history of the Pueblo people. See the hands on museum, great for all ages. Guide was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
krahorst
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  • Very good27%
  • Average12%
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“guided tour” (21 reviews)
“wall paintings” (12 reviews)
“small museum” (18 reviews)
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485 Kuana Rd., Bernalillo, NM 87004
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Coronado Historic site is a bit less than meets the eye. The highlight is a docent who delivers an overview of the Pueblos residents inside a restored Kiva including some of the wall paintings discovered when it was unearthed about 1935. Beyond that and...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

An amazing history of the Pueblo people. See the hands on museum, great for all ages. Guide was knowledgable and passionate about the history in this place. Go into a Kiva and experience the art work/meanings of wall drawings. Very cool.

Thank krahorst
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A friend lives nearby and I wanted to see what this site had, and was not disappointed. The docent that took us into the kiva was great and informative. I found the murals and the history the most interesting. Make sure to see the brief...More

Thank randisbrown
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The entrance fee is $5 per person which includes a tour. There is a museum with some Spanish items and a room with murals removed from the Kiva. You can only go into the Kiva with a ranger. Coronado visited this area sometime in the...More

Thank charles6346
Reviewed 17 September 2017

We live locally and periodically bring house guests to this most interesting archaeological site. We are never disappointed. The staff and docents are personable and very knowledgeable. Every time we visit we learn something new. Recently the site has started to research and dig again....More

Thank richardbS7468KW
Reviewed 11 September 2017

Our visit turned out to be a far greater experience than any of us expected. The Pueblo artifacts are spectacular and the culture and history captivating. Best of all was the way the artisans, employees and volunteers worked together to engage visitors to tell the...More

1  Thank 841bernie
Reviewed 6 September 2017

This is a very fun place to visit, especially with kids. It is informative and has hands on displays.

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 26 July 2017

Came onto the site via a river float adventure. There are limited artifacts to view. Two vendors were set up with wares. Some ancient ruins were located on site that portrayed a culture in the area.

Thank Denise S
Reviewed 17 July 2017

In the crowded field of ancestral Puebloan sites, the Coronado Historic Site offers little in terms of spectacular structures, but it is a hidden gem. This isn't Chaco, or Aztec, or even Salmon. The visible adobe-work is marginal and often reconstructed. What it--and no other...More

2  Thank C_L_C_100000
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Easy to accèss off us 550 in Bernalillo, but entrance a bit obscured and splits to dirt road. Look for small sign. Parking lot not big - issue for trailers, motor homes. Ruins very well preserved and good showcase for those to never see a...More

Thank Craig R C
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Cathy O
21 April 2016|
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Response from Le D | Reviewed this property |
To really see the site, allow a couple of hours at least. The guides are public employees and you need neither hire nor tip them. The guide we had was an archeology grad student who obviously loved what he was doing. The... More
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Debra J
5 April 2015|
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Response from mountains74 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are campgrounds 1 near the park don't know if it's open for the season and there is a KOA in Bernalillo not far away
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