Mesa Verde Country Indian Arts and Culture Festival

This annual festival showcases the many cultural and archaeological gems in the area. There is no better place to celebrate archaeology than in Mesa Verde Country, the archaeological center of America. Archaeology ties all of us to the heritage we proudly share with the ancestral Pueblo People from the past and the American Indians living here today. The past and present cultures of the area are woven in a rich fabric of our landscape, arts, and traditions. The festival includes a Juried Indian Art Market, special tours to archaeological sites, museum exhibits, a Navajo Rug seminar and live auction, and dance performances by American Indians including Pueblos, Utes, and Navajos.

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Location

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Latitude: 37.3488827 Longitude: -108.5859265 Elevation: 6192 ft
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Event Dates

5/27/2011 – 5/29/2011

Admission Fee (if any)

Free to $50 depending on event

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

All ages

ADA Accessibility Notes

Archaeological sites are not ADA accessible, other events are

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are not allowed at most events, and should not be left in hot cars.

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