Harvey House/Exhibit Hall

The restored 1930’s Harvey House and grounds are where you will learn about Puye Cliff Dwellings and the Santa Clara Pueblo people.

The Harvey House was built by the Fred Harvey Company as part of the railroad tours that brought many tourists to New Mexico for the first time. The cultural displays present information discovered in the excavation by J. Edgar Hewett in 1907 told for the perspective of the Santa Clara Pueblo people. Like the Puye Cliff face and Mesa Top, that Harvey House is made from volcanic rock and tufa block masonry.

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Puye Cliff Dwellings Tours