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Since the inception of the Navajo in the 13th century this is the largest Indian nation in the Four Corners area. On display are many historical artifacts as well as contemporary...
Over 50 different species of wild animals, many domestic animals and various birds of prey at this zoo. Also the gardens feature trees, grassleans and scrubs indigenous to the...
A collection of Native American arts and crafts, furnishings for the home, graphics, sculpture, textiles, Historic Buildings:1800s Hubbell Trading Post, 1897 Hubbell barn and more
This still-active trading post illustrates the influence of reservation traders on the Indians' way of life. A visitor center and picnic area are available for visitors.
This Native American tribal museum displays collections of archives of the Zuni tribe, photographs of Zuni from the 1880's to the present, artworks and artifacts from the Zuni...
This anthropology and natural history museum displays fine arts, crafts and artifacts of the prehistoric Anasazi and historic Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, Rio Grande Pueblos, and Apache...
Archaeology, anthropology, prehistoric Anasazi and Navajo cultures
At the base of sheer red cliffs and in canyon wall caves are ruins of Indian villages built between AD 350 and 1300. Today modern Navajo Indians live and farm here. The site...
Inscription Rock is a soft sandstone monolith, rising 200 feet above the valley floor on which are carved hundreds of inscriptions. The monument also includes pre-Columbian...