The steps above are all that remain of the entrance to one of the pueblos. Pecos Pueblos' peak of power and influence spanned 1450 to 1550. Ground floor rooms were mainly for food storage, with living quarters on upper levels.
Remains of the Convento where the work took place-The Convento was the mission's heart: priest's quarters, workshops, corrals, stables, kitchen, garden, and dinign room. Here the priest taught Indians new ways of building, carpentry, and caring for livestock.