Jemez Pueblo

Jemez Pueblo

New Year's Day - Matachine Dances
Easter - Corn Dances
April - October 30 - Tribal vendors at Red Rocks (weekends, weather permitting)
Memorial Day Weekend - Annual Red Rocks Arts & Crafts Show
August 2, St Persingula Feast Day - Corn Dances
November 12, San Diego Feast Day - Corn Dances
First Weekend of December - Winter Arts & Crafts Show
December 12, Our Lady of Guadalupe - Matachine Dances

Jemez's main village, Walatowa, is open to visitors only during feast days.

The Pueblo of Jemez is the only remaining village of the Towa-speaking pueblos in New Mexico. It is surrounded by colorful red sandstone mesas and serves as the gateway to the Cañon de San Diego and the Jemez Mountain Trail National Scenic Byway.

The pueblo itself is located 27 miles northwest of Bernalillo on U.S. 550 and N.M. 4.

P.O. Box 100
Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
Telephone: (505) 834-7235

The Jemez Mountain Trail was declared a National Scenic and Historic Byway in 1998 in recognition of its fantastic natural and cultural resources.
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