The Pueblo House , an interactive wing of the museum, offers a holistic introduction to Pueblo history, culture and daily life. Class tours are designed generally for grades K-5 and provide students a variety of fun and interesting "hands-on" activities that enhance the overall learning experience.
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Tours may be coordinated for other grade levels or special needs. Families visiting the Pueblo House will enjoy exploring daily life in a modern Pueblo community first hand. Come back throughout the year as we share the different seasons. Baking workshops in the horno, storytelling in the winter months and a changing roster of artisans year round will make Pueblo House an essential part of your visit to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.
The new 1,000 sq. ft. classroom addition to the Pueblo House is now available for classes or groups which would like to extend their visits to the Cultural Center. Visitors can enhance their stay at the IPCC museum and Pueblo House with hands-on working demonstrations with an artist, learning to make their own pottery, making a drum, weaving, carve stone, and cooking workshops. Call to find out when events are scheduled, or to learn how to arrange for such workshops to be held for your group or organization.
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