We have arranged to have a group tour of Meow Wolf in Santa Fe. To quote the brochure: “Meow Wolf creates immersive, interactive art experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of storytelling. The massive art installations are a combination of a jungle gym, children’s museum and a haunted house.” Difficulty: There is …
Come and soak up the sun out here at Coronado Historic Site! This guy was taking it easy , enjoying the sunshine on a warm spring day and visiting with Ranger Janet today on our trails.
An eager crew showed up bright and early to spend Thursday morning at Coronado, working on various landscaping and maintenance projects with our staff. They spread over two tons of gravel in the picnic areas and worked on trails to get our site ready for the coming busy season. Linseed oil on the traditionally-made caretta will keep it looking great for another year! Thank you to all the people who sacrificed their time to come out today. We couldn’t do it without you! : )
The first of the three sisters to sprout this year in our native demonstration garden at Coronado Historic Site are beans that no one planted! Last year’s seeds have taken advantage of the warm days last week here in Bernalillo, and a little much-needed rain to volunteer a new crop of beautiful, healthy bean plants.
Artifacts from the past continue to teach us about the ancient village located here on a sandy bluff overlooking the Rio Grande.
Coronado Historic Site staff member, Ethan Ortega will conduct a lecture on April 15, presenting new discoveries found during the archaeological excavations conducted in 2017. He will share what was found, what was learned, and what is next. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ May 22 – June 30, 2017 Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm Sponsored by …
Archaeology has taught us that the domesticated turkey was a very important part of pueblo life. Although there is evidence that turkeys were eaten occasionally, it seems that they were more important than just a food source.
One of our newest displays just opened this week, featuring an amazing Aztec jaguar warrior statue. Sponsored by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site, our new exhibit shows us the weapons used by the Indios Amigos who came to support Coronado’s entrada.