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The website (below) explains the etiquette rules for visitors to Acoma, and it is important that you read and abide by these. Think of it as a visit to another country, whose laws must be upheld and whose traditions respected.
The rules are:
~You MUST register for a guided tour in order to visit the Pueblo.
~Please stay with your tour guide at ALL times and do not wander off the designated tour route.
~Always stay on the path when descending on foot from Sky City.
~Absolutely no video cameras, digital video cameras or cellular phone cameras are permitted.
~During feast days, please stay clear of the dancers, as they symbolize a special honor for the occasion.
~Restrain your children at all times. Absolutely no pets are allowed on tour.
~When traveling on Pueblo land, stay on the highway as off road sight-seeing, camping and rock climbing are strictly prohibited.
~A camera permit must be purchased before taking any pictures on the Acoma Reservation and will be covered by Acoma Business Enterprises for your visit.
~Absolutely NO photography allowed inside the Church and within the cemetery courtyard.
~Permission must be obtained prior to photographing any tribal member or their artwork
~Use of tripods, video cameras, digital video cameras, cellular phone cameras and binoculars are STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Your camera and or film may be confiscated.
~Commercial use of a photograph depicting Acoma imagery for personal gain (profit) is prohibited.
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