Acoma, Winslow, & Pie Town Festival

September 11 -12, 2020 (2 Days)

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  • Transportation by deluxe motorcoach

  • 1-night stay at excellent hotel

  • Baggage handling at hotel (for one piece)

  • 1 breakfast, 1 dinner

  • Admission to all listed attractions

  • Your SUN TOURS Tour Director

  • All taxes and tips for included items                (except hotel housekeeping) 


  $465 double occupancy, per person

  $565 single occupancy


  DEPOSIT: $100 per person now holds your    place


  FINAL PAYMENT DUE:40 Days before departure



  None - 40 days or more prior to departure

  $100 - within 40 days of departure

  $250 - within 7 days of departure

  100% - within 1 day of departure



This tour is no pie in the sky. But it takes us high in the sky and gives us pie. After an exhilarating tour of Old Acoma, also called Sky City for a reason, we enjoy a large helping of history and beauty at La Posada Hotel and the Harvey Girls Trunk Show. Then we fill up on honest-to-goodness pie at the popular Pie Town Festival. A little walking may be in order after, so we’ll take in the Very Large Array before heading home.


Included meals are denoted: Breakfast: B, Lunch: L, Dinner: D


DAY 1              D                                                                                                         

We head west and begin our tour at Sky City, or Old Acoma. The oldest continuously inhabited settlement in North America, Acoma was established in the 11th century atop a sandstone bluff 6,460 feet above New Mexico. Our adventure continues in Winslow, AZ, and its beautiful La Posada Hotel. Fred Harvey’s last great railroad hotel, La Posada was designed by renowned architect Mary Colter. La Posada means “the resting place,” an apt name for our hotel. Savor dinner in the Turquoise Room and watch for trains coming through the station!


DAY 2              B

Today brings us full circle – in more ways than one. In Pie Town, a plethora of pies awaits our arrival. There’s a pie eating contest, vendors, entertainment, and of course, PIE! Afterwards, we make a stop at the Very Large Array (VLA) just outside of Pie Town. However, the dishes here won’t have any food on them, because the 27 enormous satellites make up the most versatile, widely-used radio telescope in the world. It can map large-scale structure of gas and molecular clouds and pinpoint ejections of plasma from supermassive black holes. From the VLA, it’s a short drive back to Albuquerque.


Itinerary is subject to change

505-889-8888 or 800-666-6786

1700 Louisiana NE, Suite 100

Albuquerque, NM 87110

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