Where to Eat
Festivals and Events
Pueblos prohibit the drinking of alcohol during visits.
Some pueblos charge a photo fee, while many pueblos do not allow photography at all. Please check with the Tribal Office upon arrival.
Pueblos are places of residence. Do not look into windows or walk into buildings.
Do not look into or go inside kivas. These underground ceremonial chambers are sacred.
When attending pueblo dances, remain silent and do not applaud afterward. Do not ask questions regarding the meaning of a dance and do not talk to the dancers or singers. Do not walk across the plaza (dance area) or between the dancers, singers or drummers. Dances are religious ceremonies, be respectful.
Enter a pueblo home as you would any other—by invitation only.
If you have been invited to eat, do not refuse. Do not linger at the table after you are finished eating, as your host will be serving many guests throughout the day. Do not ask questions of your host.
Do not remove pottery shards, rocks or any other natural formations from Indian lands. Do not pick fruits or vegetables from fields or trees.
If you are on a guided tour, stay on the trail.
Be aware that public restroom facilities may not be available.
No pets, please.
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