MRM Fall Travel Program: ‘On The Trail Of Coronado’

Pueblo Ruins at Coronado State Monument. Courtesy photo
 
Inscription Rock at El Morro. Courtesy photo
 
MRM News:
 
The museum’s fall travel/study luxury bus tour this year will be “On the Trail of Coronado” and will include visits to the ancestral Zuni Pueblo of Hawikuu, the first point of contact between Coronado and Native American tribes, El Morro National Monument where European-American settlers, Spanish conquistadors, and centuries of Native Americans 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.  
 
The trip will also include a visit to the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, a catered lunch at the home of a major collector of Southwest art, two nights at the wonderful La Posada hotel in Winslow, and shopping for Native American jewelry and art in Gallup, New Mexico.
 
The dates of the trip are Sunday, Oct. 14 to Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. The price of the trip is $1,995 per person (double occupancy) and includes luxury coach transportation from Albuquerque, all lodging and admission fees, and most meals.  
 
A $400 single supplement will be charged for any travelers who do not wish to share a room, and a deposit of $500 per person is required at the time of reservation.  
 
For more details or to make a reservation, please contact Trip Coordinator and Store Manager Nancy Colvert at (575).758.4316 or at storemanager@millicentrogers.org.
 
View of the Enchanted Mesa from Acoma Pueblo. Courtesy photo
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