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Museum SUMMER hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Last Admission at 3:00 pm

Our Native American Heritage Trail and Garden is generally open dawn to dusk.

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We are the Official Nonprofit Partner of the National Park Service for Montezuma Castle and
 Tuzigoot and supports the Arizona State Parks & Trails Site Steward Program

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Current Featured Exhibitions

Inside the Grand Canyon National Park Collections
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For a limited time, this  special comprehensive exhibition features artifacts, cultural items and interpretation from three time periods of human experience in the Grand Canyon. The exhibit is in partnership with the Grand Canyon Museum Collection.

Paul Dyck
Art Retrospective
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The Sioux gave Paul Dyck the name Rainbow Hand, an appropriate name for a person who created beautiful paintings. Paul became a well-known painter with exhibitions all over the country. This retrospective includes items on loan several museums.

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"Ancient People"
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Hopi people use the term Hisat'sinom, meaning "ancient people," to describe their ancestors who lived in the Sedona and Verde Valley areas. The mural wall was created by Hopi artist Filmer Keyanyama. Watch the video as he describes his work.

The Yavapai-Apache
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The Yavapai and the Apache cultures have occupied the Verde Valley since about 2,000 BCE. The exhibit includes woven baskets on loan from the Nation and Apache water vessels from our Collection. There is a diorama of a wickiup village, typical of the early Yavapai and Apache lifestyles. 

Please welcome and visit our new April Business members!

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