The Archaeological Conservancy's

Virtual Tour Video Series

Take a guided tour of our preserves from the comfort of your living room in our new Virtual Tour Video Series!  Episodes 1 through 4 are available now!

NEW! Episode 4: Wells Petroglyph Preserve

Join Katherine Wells and Chester Liwosz for a special virtual tour of Wells Petroglyph Preserve located in northern New Mexico.

In Episode 4, you’ll visit a variety of rock art panels dating from Archaic through the historic periods that include solstice markers, ancient trails, Spanish lions, and anthropomorphic flute players. See the trailer below or watch the Episode HERE.

Episode 1: Arroyo Hondo Pueblo | Santa Fe, NM

Join Southwestern Regional Director and Vice President, James Walker, on a Virtual Tour of Arroyo Hondo Pueblo – an Archaeological Conservancy preserve located just outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

In Episode 1, you’ll learn more about this Coalition Period site, the exciting excavations that took place there in the 1970’s, and how the Conservancy came to acquire this fascinating place.

Episode 2: Pueblo San Marcos | Santa Fe, NM

Join President, Mark Michel, on a Virtual Tour of Pueblo San Marcos – an Archaeological Conservancy preserve near the Cerrillos Hills of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

In Episode 2, you’ll learn more about the people, technologies, and trade of San Marcos; the research conducted there over the past 100 years; and how the site came to be one of the Conservancy’s first acquisitions in the 1980’s.

Episode 3: Arbuckle's Fort | Alderson, WV

New Episode Available Now

Join us as Drs. Kim and Stephen McBride and Kelley Berliner lead a guided tour of Arbuckle’s Fort in Greenbrier County, West Virginia.

In Episode 3, you’ll learn more about this Revolutionary War era site and see exclusive footage from past excavations.  The site also has a few other archaeological treasures to share.  Don’t miss the latest episode!

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