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Native Americans have lived in what is now New Mexico for thousands of years. Evidence of their history here is seen everywhere: in abandoned cities, petroglyphs, cliff dwellings, and pit houses.

Today, there are three Native American reservations and nineteen pueblos in the state of New Mexico. The northwest corner of the state is Navajo land, the Jicarilla Apache live in the north of the state, and the Mescalero Apache live in  southeastern New Mexico. The center of the state is dotted with pueblos - Native American communal dwellings featuring stone or adobe houses.

Below is a list of New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts close to Native Lands. Guests may tour the pueblos and reservations, either individually or as part of a group; some pueblos welcome visitors to participate in feasts and other special events.

Bottger Mansion of Old Town
Albuquerque is the gateway to the 19 pueblos in northern New Mexico and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico and Arizona. Stay at the Bottger Mansion of Old Town in Albuquerque and start your Native American experience at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, housing a collection of historical art and artifacts from the pueblos, and Navajo and Apache tribes. Enjoy Native American dances, great food at the Pueblo Harvest Restaurant, and wonderful Indian-made items in their extensive gift shop. We encourage visits to Acoma and Taos Pueblos, and the largest pow-wow takes place in April in Albuquerque.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast
Casa Escondida B&B is surrounded by the 8 Northern New Mexico Pueblos (Tesuque Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, Nambรฉ Pueblo, San Juan Pueblo, Picuris Pueblo, Taos Pueblo). Depending on the dates and the specific pueblo,

Chimayo (Santa Fe), New Mexico

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