New Mexico is an amazing spring travel destination boasting rich history of traditional Native American culture and past civilizations. One of a kind experiences for all ages to enjoy for a lifetime. We find guests of Pueblo Bonito b&b inn – Santa Fe delight in these unique and traditional historic experiences. One major reason New Mexico spring travelers choose to stay with us is our authentic, 157 yr old historic, adobe, pueblo accommodations! Pueblo Bonito b&b inn offers the perfect base for spring travelers to explore the easy to get to National Monuments of Bandelier, Pecos and Tent rocks; visit 6 nearby active pueblos of San Ildefonso, Picurus, Tesuque, Nambe, Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan) and Taos; find out about the Old Santa Fe Trail and how important it was to setting the Western USA. Any and all of these suggestions are within easy 20-40-60 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b’s doorstep. For more information on Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn click here.
Spring travelers to Santa Fe should plan to include a visit to a nearby pueblo. Native American feast days are special times that bring tribal members together in a renewal of their language, culture, and religion for which respectful spring travelers are warmly invited. 2019 Northern New Mexico Pueblo Spring Dances schedule is as follows:
Laguna Pueblo: Saint Joseph’s Feast Day, Harvest and various other dances
Easter Weekend Dances at most pueblos. Please call ahead.
San Felipe Pueblo Feast Day, Corn dance
Taos Pueblo: Santa Cruz Feast Day, Corn dance, blessing of the fields, traditional foot races
Pueblo of Acoma: Santa Maria Feast Day
Jemez Pueblo: (Memorial Day Weekend) Jemez Red Rocks Arts and Crafts Show
Combine your visit with one of these feast day celebrations with a visit to Bandelier National Monument, Pecos National Monument or Tent Rocks National Park. For more information on these National Monuments please visit our blog. Contrast ancient pueblo life to life celebrations in todays Pueblos. It’s fascinating to see how Native American culture still retains ancestral ties and traditions. Pecos National Monument is another suggestion as this allows spring Santa Fe visitors to walk the mile long pathway through historic ruins of the Pecos people and get a true feeling of how life was lived on the Pueblo in early 1600s. All within a short drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b- Santa Fe. Return to a one of a kind adobe pueblo b&b after a day of Pueblo exploration to relax and enjoy the authentic, traditions of New Mexico in the comfort of your own private guest room. BOOK NOW for best rates and availability.