Explore New Mexico’s Rich Native American Culture Through Museums, Landmarks, and Pow Wows

Home to the largest Pow Wow in the country, New Mexico has a deep connection to its indigenous roots.

Santa Fe is a movable feast for those interested in Native American culture while Taos has one of the best preserved pueblos in the world, still inhabited to this day.

They don’t call it the “Land of Enchantment” for nothing. Whether you’re seeking out petroglyphs or want to attend a Pow Wow, these are the best Native American cultural experiences in New Mexico!

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Located in downtown Albuquerque, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology showcases their collections from around the world, all telling the story of mankind.


Petroglyph National Monument It is home to one of the largest collections of petroglyphs in North America.

Landmarks & Historical Sites

AshKii’s Navajo Grill Located in Farmington, New Mexico, AshKii’s Navajo Grill dishes up traditional Navajo classics like “Grandma’s Boy” featuring roasted mutton on fry bread or Navajo Steam Corn Stew.

Native American Restaurants

Bow & Arrow The brainchild of its innovative owner Shyla Sheppard, Bow & Arrow is a beautiful gathering space, serving up craft beer that is brewed on native land.

Native American Breweries

Navajo Tours Navajo Tours offers several different tour options that take visitors into the wilderness areas of the Navajo Nation.

Activities & Tours

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