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Village of the Great Kivas

Archaeological Site
Wall portion at Village of Great Kivas showing Chacoan influence. – Tom R. Kennedy

ADA Accessibility Notes

Very rough ground - not accessible.

Village of the Great Kivas is considered a Chacoan Outlier and features two great kivas and two separate room blocks to house around 100 inhabitants. It is also noted for its impressive array of petroglyphs and pictographs and is one of the main archeological sites illustrating the development of Zuni culture. The village was occupied around 1000AD for approximately 50 years and interestingly, also included an additional housing block of a different people from the Gila River region to the south. This site was extensively excavated in in 1930 by Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr.and is listed on the State Register of Cultural Properties and the National Register of Historic Places.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets possible but not encouraged.

Time Period Represented

1000 - 1050 AD


By arrangement

Seasons Open

Year Around - depending on weather


Minimum $75 for up to 4 person; $15 each additional

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