Museum of Indigrnous People
The mission of The Museum of Indigenous People (formerly the Smoki
Musuem) is to instill understanding and respect for the indigenous cultures
of the southwest.
Its more than 2000 artifacts include pottery, basketry, lithics and beadwork.
The articles range in age dating from the Pre-Columbian era up to modern
times. The baskets in the museum collection are considered among the best
in the United States, and the pottery displays are impressive. Other exhibits
rotate on an irregular schedule, but average 4-6 months in duration. Group
tours can be arranged by calling a few weeks in advance.
The Museum is located several blocks east from Sharlot Hall Museum on
Arizona Avenue. It is generally open year around, 10-4 Monday through
Saturday, 1-4 pm on Sundays, closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas. The
Museum is closed for a few days in January for maintenance (check the
website for times).
147 N Arizona Ave,
Prescott, AZ 86301
Museum Members, and children under 12 years of age are FREE.
Students with ID are $5. Adults are $7. | Seniors (55 +) are $6.
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