Come for the many food and entertainment venues and fall in love with the traditional culture and arts. Located just 15 minutes north of Santa Fe on US Highway 84/285 and about an hour from Albuquerque International (ABQ) Airport, the Pueblo offers an authentic Native American vacation experience. Stay with us and enjoy a broad range of lodging choices and Pueblo culture-based activities, as well as proximity to archaeological and historical sites. Free shuttle service is available to and from Downtown Santa Fe.
The Pueblo operates two casinos, a resort, golf course, spa and an RV park. Stay at the beautiful Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder Resort, our 393 room luxury hotel, where you will find over 300 one of a kind works of art representing every Native Tribe within New Mexico. The Cities of Gold Casino Hotel and the Road Runner RV Park offer additional lodging choices.
Visit the Pueblo’s Poeh Cultural Center and Museum, a Native American art and culture center that supports the future of Pueblo people by teaching the arts, collecting great works of art, and promoting public understanding of, and respect for, Pueblo history and culture. A museum store features jewelry, books, pottery, and souvenirs. Tours of the museum are available. The Museum curates two collections and the Native art collection at Buffalo Thunder Resort is available for a self-guided tour.
Plan a vacation itinerary with Pojoaque Pueblo as the center of day trips to the historic sites at Bandelier National Monument, Puye Cliffs at the Pueblo of Santa Clara, and Taos Pueblo, a World Heritage Site. Take the scenic High Road to Taos for a memorable day trip.
The Towa Golf courses were designed jointly by twenty-time PGA titlist Hale Irwin and noted golf course designer and landscape architect William Phillips. Wo’ P’in Spa draws on world inspired spa therapies and natural, Indigenous healing elements that reflect the deep roots of the Pueblo heritage and embodies the essences of the Pojoaque philosophy.
The Pueblo invites visitors to a Feast Day (Our Lady of Guadalupe) on December 12th and July 27 , as well as Kings Day dances on January 6th. Join us to view traditional Pueblo dances and to hear Pueblo music. A unique vacation experience and Pueblo hospitality awaits you.