Take a journey into Acoma’s past and present. The Haak’u Museum showcases the southwest Native American culture of the Acoma Pueblo Indians. Intriguing museum exhibits chronicle the history, highlight Native American artwork and explore traditional customs in modern Acoma life. Located within the 40,000-square-foot Sky City Cultural Center, the Haak’u Museum also serves as an education and research institute focusing on the preservation of Acoma history, the revitalization of lost art forms, and the retention of traditional language.
Times and dates of tours are subject to change. Please check our calendar for closures or early closures or call 1-800-747-0181.
WINTER HOURS: Beginning November 10, 2012 thru February 24, 2013 we will be open on WEEKENDS ONLY, hours will be from 9am to 5pm. Tours will be available during these times.
Beginning March 1, 2013 we will be open everyday thru November 2013.