While some Native communities have reopened their casinos, rest stops, recreation areas, and other sites to the public; the communities themselves may remain closed due to COVID-19. 

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Today, the pueblo is a flourishing art community with about 1,500 residents. It was the home of the late Maria Martinez, who along with her husband, Julian, developed the world-renowned, black-on-black pottery with black matte designs. Artisans’ homes throughout the pueblo are open to the public for shopping. The San Ildefonso Pueblo Museum, (505) 455-3549, also displays traditional crafts. With an average of 20,000 visitors each year, San Ildefonso is one of the most visited pueblos in the state.

Permits for non-commercial photography, sketching and recording are available, except during ceremonials, at the visitor’s center (505) 455-3549.GENERAL INFORMATION
Population: 1,524
Language: Tewa
Location: North-Central
Unique Attractions: Annual Feast Day Dances: Annual Feast Day, Buffalo, Comanche, Deer Dances Firelight Procession (Eve.), Easter Sunday/Various Dances, Black Mesa, Pueblo Museum (Maria Martinez pottery)

Nearby Locations: Bandelier National Monument, Española, Los Alamos, Pojoaque, Nambé Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, Santa Fe Opera, Tesuque Pueblo, White Rock