At the entrance of the museum there is a sign which says something along the lines of "We exhibit ideas, not things", and this is really true. While they might not have the most impressive and big collection of artifacts, this museum is one of the most educational I have seen. They have a small exhibition about natural history, which focuses on the nearby Grand Canyon and the Colorado plateau; the rest of the museum focuses on Indian culture (mostly Pueblan and Navajo). The information is presented mostly on wall panels, and selected artifacts are used to highlight important facts. However, everything is presented in a way that one is not overwhelmed with information, but rather in small portions that are easy to comprehend. Bring enough time when you come (we spend close to three hours there), and take the time to read the explanatory panels (only when reading the panels you will get the most out of the museum) - it is definitely worth a visit!
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