ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico immerses both residents and tourists alike in a myriad of cultures and traditions.
Visiting any of the state’s pueblos or tribes offers a way to experience one of the state’s most unique cultural aspects. Several times a year, pueblos open their boundaries to the general public during feast days, which are used to celebrate a patron saint or recognize an important historical event. Visitors can watch traditional dances and share a meal with local residents.
For information, visit newmexico.org/events/native-american/feast-days.