Museum of Northern Arizona

Description

This museum's displays of regional natural history, archaeology, and Native American art illustrate the cultures of northern Arizona tribes and their basketry, pottery, weaving, kachina dolls, and ceremonies. Highlights include a full-size kiva model with a wall painting from the ruins at Awatovi, an art gallery featuring Indian and Western art, and a museum shop that sells Indian crafts. A bookshop offers a large selection of books and posters related to the region. Museum-sponsored festivals celebrate Zuni, Hopi, Navajo, and Hispanic cultures. The museum is three miles north of Flagstaff on US 180.

Address

3101 N Fort Valley Rd
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Lat/Long

35.23380500, -111.66351500
Visit Website
(928) 774-5213

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