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Coronado Historic Site

485 Kuana Rd., Bernalillo, NM 87004
+1 505-867-5351
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Introduction to an Entrada

In the crowded field of ancestral Puebloan sites, the Coronado Historic Site offers little in terms... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
C_L_C_100000
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Madison, Wisconsin
great ruins - easy access

Easy to accèss off us 550 in Bernalillo, but entrance a bit obscured and splits to dirt road. Look... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Craig R C
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Placitas, New Mexico
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485 Kuana Rd., Bernalillo, NM 87004
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank C_L_C_100000
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a beautiful historic spot along the Rio Grande. The museum is well done and interesting. We visited with a very large group so we had three of our own members describing the the property to us. Guided tours are available. It was unusually...More

1  Thank Margot G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Last week, I was in Bernalillo to enjoy some hiking. Coronado Historic site was great - views were amazing - just something special about seeing the Sandia Mountains in the background. It was earlier in the day and was not crowded. Another guest - someone...More

1  Thank Rachel W
Reviewed 17 June 2017

When you are looking for a days outing in the Albuquerque area at the Coronado Historic Site to your list. New Mexico State Parks offer free Wednesdays for NM Seniors and we just happened to be there on a Wednesday. The museum display on the...More

1  Thank trophy_wife56
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

This village bustled from 1300s through the 1500s, and then Coronado came visiting. The restored kiva gives you good perspective. Guided tours are helpful. The original kiva art is now in the visitor's center, easy to admire. The grounds help explain the culture.

Thank Nancy D
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

We were so lucky the day we came! There was an Indian storyteller, and live music! We toured a kiva and marveled at the 600 year old murals that had been lovingly restored. The guides were quite knowledgeable about the land and the lives of...More

Thank Denise K
Reviewed 2 June 2017

We packed a lot into our trip to Coronado Historic Site which is about 20 minutes from Albuquerque. The museum displayed artifacts from the Spanish conquistadores including armor my grandson could try on. We then toured the ruins of the pueblo including a restored kiva...More

Thank MaryandRon
Reviewed 24 May 2017

This historical site was a highlight of our NM trip. Staff were passionate and knowledgeable, gave a great overview of its significance. Absolutely go!

Thank deb20172017
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Ever wonder what a real dig looks like. I went to the Coronado Historic site and found they are going small digs around the site to fill in some questions until the end of June. Youi can stop at them and they will explain what...More

Thank Glenn A T
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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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