Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum
Sky City is built atop a sheer-walled, 370-foot sandstone bluff in a valley studded with sacred, towering monoliths. Sky City has remained suspended in time for two millennia. The oldest continuously inhabited community in North America, the mesa-top village is known worldwide for its unique art and profoundly rich culture.
The Haak’u Museum houses both permanent and traveling exhibits which offer insight into Native American Culture, more specifically, the 1000-year cultural pathway of the Acoma people. The museum displays ancient examples of Acoma pottery takes visitors back in time to the roots of this incredible artform.
For nearly 2,000 years, Sky City has served as the physical and spiritual hub for the Acoma People. Despite the incalculable importance of this special place to its people, the Acoma Tribe welcomes visitors with open arms. Guided tours of the city, and the historically recognized San Esteban del Rey Mission, are given by Acoma guides from the Sky City Cultural Center located at the base of the ancient mesa.
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Donations will be used for programming, public workshops in native arts and events which will be free to the general public.
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