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Coronado Historic Site, Bernalillo

#23 of 86 in Historic Sites in New Mexico
Must see · Ruin · Monument
Coronado Historic Site is the Tiwa Indian pueblo of Kuaua and a historic site that is part of the State-governed Museum of New Mexico system. It is located along New Mexico Highway 550, 1 mile west of Bernalillo and 16 miles north of Albuquerque.
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  • Glenn, our guide, was helpful, friendly and informative. We were told the tour would take about 45 minutes. We had several late comers and some were less mobile and quite inquisitive. We finally...  more »
  • The exhibits are very well done. Especially the actual Kiva pairings which were removed from original excavation. The tour was informative with the ability to enter the restored kiva. Learning about.....  more »
  • Fun stop, can go through it in an hour or stay and explore longer. Beautiful views and interesting history lesson.
  • This little place is just 30 minutes from Albuquerque, it also has a camping ground. The lady that was running it that day was very nice and informational. If you stop there first she can also sell you the tickets for the site in Jemez. Now that was very convenient. I loved the Rio Grande flowing in the back of it. They even let you put on a replica of the armor and it is heavy. Almost forgot, on Sunday credit card machines are off you pay in cash $5.00

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