On the Trail of Coronado
Join the Millicent Rogers Museum this fall "On the Trail of Coronado." The museum's popular "On the Trail of..." travel/study program is now in its fifth year and this year's program will include guided visits to the four ancestral Zuni Pueblo villages including Hawikuu, the first point of contact between Coronado and Native American tribes; El Morro National Monument where European-American settlers and Spanish conquistadors created markings on the cliff face; Coronado State Monument north of Albuquerque, and Acoma Pueblo, the site of a famous battle between Acoma and the Spanish.
Highlights of the trip will also include a traditional meal at the home of a Zuni tribal member, a catered lunch at the home of a major southwestern art collector in Flagstaff, two nights at the wonderful La Posada hotel in Winslow, Arizona and shopping for Native American art and jewelry in Gallup, New Mexico.
The group travels by luxury coach and the price of the trip is $1,995 per person double occupancy (with a single supplement of $400) and includes all hotels, transportation, admissions, guides and all but two meals. A deposit of $500 per person is required at the time of reservation.
For more details or to make a reservation please call Nancy Colvert, museum store manager and trip coordinator, at (575) 758-4316 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
DATE: October 14 - October 20, 2018