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Virtual Tour Video Series

Take a guided tour of our preserves from the comfort of your living room.

Embark on a captivating journey through time with our Virtual Tour Video Series, curated by the Archaeological Conservancy. Join us as we unveil the mysteries of ancient civilizations, bringing you closer to the wonders of the past from the comfort of your own home.

Our expert guides take you on an insightful exploration of archaeological sites. From hidden gems to iconic landmarks, each episode offers a unique glimpse into the meticulous efforts of conservationists dedicated to safeguarding our shared human history.

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.

Episode 2: Pueblo San Marcos | Santa Fe, NM

Join President, Mark Michel, on a Virtual Tour of Pueblo San Marcos – one of the Archaeological Conservancy’s first preserves that is located near the Cerrillos Hills of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Episode 3: Arbuckle’s Fort | Alderson, WV

Join Drs. Kim and Stephen McBride and Eastern Regional Director for the Archaeological Conservancy Kelley Berliner on a guided tour of Arbuckle’s Fort in Greenbrier County, West Virginia.

Episode 4: Wells Petroglyph Preserve | Lyden, NM

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

Episode 5: Archaeology at the Sharrow Site | Maine

Join Arthur Spiess and John Mosher from the Maine Historic Preservation Commission and Kelley Berliner, Eastern Regional Director for The Archaeological Conservancy at the Sharrow Archaeological Preserve in central Maine .

Episode 6: The Hisatsinom Hilltop Sites of the Verde Valley | Arizona

Join us on a virtual journey to the central Arizona hilltop Pueblo sites and an elaborate cavate complex in the Verde Valley: Sugarloaf Pueblo and Atkeson Pueblo. Enjoy the bonus virtual visit to the Verde Valley Archaeology Center which features Hisatsinom artifacts from the Dyck Cliff Dwelling Collection.

Episode 7: Fetterman Archaeological Preserve

Join Southwest Regional Director April M. Brown and Field Representative Mandy Woods on a virtual visit to the Fetterman Archaeological Preserve in central New Mexico. Enjoy the bonus virtual visit to Riley/Santa Rita, an 1800s ghost town just down the road from this preserve.