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eight northern pueblos

In northern New Mexico there exist eight pueblos (Native American settlements) that you can visit today, each has its own unique traditions and culture. Before you visit, make sure that you are aware of visiting hours and rules pertaining to your visit, such as photography and areas of the pueblo that are accessible to the public.

Taos Pueblo
“The Place of the Red Willows”
(505) 758-1028
www.taospueblo.com

Picuris Pueblo
“Those Who Paint”
(575) 587-2519
www.newmexico.org/picuris-pueblo/

Nambé Pueblo
“Mound of Earth in the Corner”
(505) 455-2036
www.nambepueblo.org

Ohkay Owingeh
“Village of the Strong People”
(505) 852-4400
www.ohkay.com

Pojoaque Pueblo
“Water Drinking Place”
(505) 455-2278
www.pojoaque.org

San Ildefonso Pueblo
“Where the Water Cuts Through”
(505) 455-3549
www.sanipueblo.org

Santa Clara Pueblo
“Valley of the Wild Roses”
(505) 753-7326
www.newmexico.org/santa-clara-pueblo/

Tesuque Pueblo
“Cottonwood Tree Place”
(505) 983-2667/988-3620
www.camelrockcasino.com

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