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Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum

Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
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Amazing views on the way, village is top of the hill, tour costs 25$/adult, only museum 17$. Great... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Joensuu, Finland

Great tour around the Pueblo of Acoma one of the oldest cities in USA. The views were stunning and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Haaku Rd, Pueblo of Acoma, NM 87034
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing views on the way, village is top of the hill, tour costs 25$/adult, only museum 17$. Great part of history.

Thank mmikko
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great tour around the Pueblo of Acoma one of the oldest cities in USA. The views were stunning and the guide very informative. Why they chose to live on top of a hill with no natural water source and have to fetch it from so...More

Thank GrantHay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum was nice with a lot of the local history and information about some of the local artists. Our Acoma Pueblo guide Megan was wonderful, she was just full of information. I wish we could have seen the inside of a couple of the...More

Thank Larry R
Management response:

Good morning Larry. Thank you for coming out to spend quality time with us here at Acoma Pueblo. We hope you had a pleasant visit, despite you weren't able to see inside a family home. That is one area to consider having in our Haak'u...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Acoma Pueblo! The museum was also terrific. There was a display of a cartoon artist i especially enjoyed! The ride out was stunning with views of horses, mesas, desert and the Enchanted Mesa. The history is tragic and...More

1  Thank PocahontasTraveler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The drive to the Acoma Pueblo site isn't too far off I-40 exit 102 or 108. Allow about an hour for the museum, and be sure to visit the pueblo on the mesa. The guided tour for the pueblo is a little expensive, but the...More

2  Thank Rudy S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The cultural center is small and not much to it. There is a tour you can do that takes you up to the village. It is over priced and very restictive. The view are beautiful. They do try to sell you goods while on your...More

Thank Mnako
SkyCity_C_C, Public Relations Manager at Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum, responded to this review

Hello Mnako, Thank you for your honest review. I wish your experience here was better and I hope in the future you will return and give us another try. Please understand, we are still a living community and we are deeply rooted in our culture,...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Sky City is a truly one-of-a-kind experience that I recommend for anyone. Going in, I knew I would learn about a fascinating culture and people, but what I didn't expect was the spectacular scenery in the valley as we approached the mesa. WOW. Just imagine...More

1  Thank Livie2009
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Brandon was a very knowledgeable guide and proud of his Ocoma history. Very interesting and informative. Lots of shopping opportunities from the residents who sold their handmade wares. Museum is beautiful with interesting exhibit of past, present and future of Ocoma tribe. Definitely worth the...More

Thank Debbie G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There are two parts of this experience. First there was the time spent at the Haak'u Museum where the stories from the elders kept it real as they shared their concerns about the endurance of the culture in this way too fast moving world. The...More

3  Thank CyndyandByron
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My friends have been to Acoma many times but this was a first for my husband and I. Learning about the people, culture and history was an amazing experience. Taking the tour to the top of the plateau is a must. The skills of the...More

2  Thank yellowbirdVermont
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Jennifer N
When is Sky City open for tours March 10-13, 2017? Neither the summer or winter schedules cover this date.
23 February 2017|
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Response from Donald R | Reviewed this property |
To really know what is going on there, you need to call. They have festival days when the pueblo is closed to non-pueblo members. A general schedule may not reflect that. Also if a funeral is happening that day, they may... More
Hello, I have been reading the reviews and am actually planning a cross-county auto trip in April. This would put us at the Acoma Pueblo on either a Monday, April 3rd. Would tours be given of Sky City on that day and would locals be out selling pottery? Thank you!
22 February 2017|
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Response from ARodriguezP | Reviewed this property |
Well we went on a weekday and had no problem taking the tour up to Acoma pueblo on top of the mesa but like others have mentioned it would be best to check beforehand because the tribe members do occasionally close their... More
Which Road? I've read 'several' reviews that stated you want to take the "Non-Tourist Road" or the "Non Casino Road". Can someone help me understand which road they are referring to that you should avoid? One road appears to be very touristy while the other road is more beautiful / scenic. Can you help?
23 June 2016|
Response from SkyCity_C_C | Property representative |
The Casino Road would be Interstate 40 Exit 108 where the Dancing Eagle Casino as located. The "Non-Casino Road" is I-40 Exit 102 where the Sky City Casino Hotel is located. This road takes you through the Acoma reservation... More