Tesuque Pueblo
Te-Tsu-Geh
“Cottonwood Tree Place”

Tesuque Pueblo has occupied its present location since the 1200s and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Although it is one of New Mexico’s smallest pueblos, it spreads across more than 17,000 acres in the Sangre de Cristo Mountain foothills. Tesuque Pueblo artists are known for their pottery, painting and sculpture, particularly rain gods, whimsical figures originally invented for tourists in the 1880s. Many artists sell their work at the pueblo.

The Tesuque Pueblo Dancers will also be performing on the following dates:

  • August 3rd, 4pm