Capital Campaign

Since its humble beginning in 2010, the VVAC has been turning big ideas into reality. At this moment, it is an organization poised for a monumental transformation.  Our vision is ambitious, but it is attainable if we use the full measure of our capacity and our imagination. 

Development of the campus has begun

 

  • Land acquisition ($1.37 million) at 330 N. Homestead Parkway, Camp Verde - COMPLETED

  • Native American Traditional Use Garden ($25,000) - COMPLETED

 Planned Campus Buildings
 
To Address the Curation Crisis
  • Collection Repository

  • Administrative Offices

To Engage the Public
  • Museum

  • Courtyard Garden and Sculptures

  • Gift Shop

To Enhance Educational Opportunities
  • Auditorium 

  • Classrooms  

Click HERE for images of the property and planned development.

Center Offices and Museum 

385 S. Main St., Camp Verde, AZ 86322 

 

Native American Heritage Pathway & Garden
330 N. Homestead Parkway, Camp Verde, AZ

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Verde Valley Archaeology Center, Inc. |  501(c)(3)  |  EIN: 27-3436708