Coronado Historic Site is a fabulous (and free!) place for students to learn about the lives of the Pueblo people who lived in the Rio Grande Valley before and during the entrada of the Spanish.
We are scheduling field trips now! Your students can view our museum exhibits, walk and have lunch on trails down to the Rio Grande, but they can accompany our docents into the Painted Kiva and see how it would have looked in 1540 when Coronado entered this valley.
To learn a little more about our educational program and what is available for you, click on the “Education” tab on this website to discover what we have to offer. (https://kuaua.com/education/ ) There are also lesson plans available for your students to complete before, or after, your visit. We love having your groups visit our museum! Remember, there is no charge for a school group to visit here. Call the museum educator, Ethan, (505-803-3465) to schedule your visit.