1. Stop by the Zuni Visitor & Art Center
Visitors are welcome seven days a week from dusk til dawn and tours are offered with an additional fee
2. Take a Tour
Choose from a variety of options including archaeology tours, artist workshop tours, as well as hiking/photography tours to take in stunning scenery on the back roads around Zuni Pueblo
3. OR Explore on your own
Make sure to stop by the ruins of the Old Zuni Mission
4. Talk first hand with the artists
Explore the Suni Pueblo Artwalk where on any given day you’ll find artists’ studios open for visitors to drop-in. Complete your immersive experience with a variety of tours ranging from a meet & greet with an artist to a 2 hour interactive demonstration with two artists of your choice for up to 4 people. Speak with the artists and hear personal stories about their work, its cultural significance, and learn more about the traditional techniques used in their exquisite artistry.
Stop into the ARTZ Cooperative to see who is open and to coordinate a demonstration or studio tour. Learn more here.
5. Grab a bite to eat at a local restaurant
Village Bistro- For an authentic meal in a welcoming environment, visit this little cafe and savor the creative versions of native and Mexican dishes.
Halona Plaza Kitchen- more than just chicken, this little restaurant right outside of the local bed and breakfast serves a variety of options. Try their blue corn pancakes for breakfast, a green chile cheeseburger for lunch, or order the dish they're most well known for, their fried chicken- some refer to it as the “best in the state.”
Paywa’s Zuni Bread- A true hidden gem, make a pit stop at Paywa’s for authentic brick oven Zuni sourdough bread made from recipes that have been handed down through generations. Run out of a private residence in Zuni, everything is baked on-site and if you’re lucky they will even show how their oven works.
Chu Chu’s- Head to this family-friendly restaurant to satisfy your entire group. From pizza to seafood, Chu Chu’s is a spacious place that has it all. It’s great for groups and also has RV and truck parking available for your convenience.
6. Take a load off
Complete your immersive Zuni experience with an overnight stay at one of the local accommodations. Book a room at The Inn at Halona where you’ll find unique decorations and indigenous decor, modern amenities, free parking, and breakfast is included. Or stay at the nearby Cimarron Rose B&B and feel right at home at this intimate mountain retreat.