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Navaho Code Talkers Exhibit

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253 Peabody, Kayenta, AZ
+1 928-697-3534
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It's nice if you passing by, but not worth a stop by itself

We stopped there on the long drive to Page, the Burger king location is actually nice and clean, so... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Harel F
Small free museum

.The Navajo code talkers helped to win World War II The Nicholas Cage movie Windtalkers and several... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2018
Paul S
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253 Peabody, Kayenta, AZ
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+1 928-697-3534
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"well worth the stop"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We stopped there on the long drive to Page, the Burger king location is actually nice and clean, so with the kidos it is a good stop on the road, however the exhibit is nice, i wouldn't stop just for this

Thank Harel F
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Reviewed June 5, 2018

.The Navajo code talkers helped to win World War II The Nicholas Cage movie Windtalkers and several recent books have highlighted the hardships and discrimination these men faced to carry out their mission. It is a solemn experience to see these arifacts and read the...More

Thank Paul S
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Reviewed June 1, 2018

Our tour director showed us a video on the bus about the code talkers before we saw this so we had a lot of information already, but it was cool to see these artifacts and get some more information regarding this amazing group of people...More

Thank Mssftnss
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Reviewed May 24, 2018

This place is worth the stop. The display and history of the Navajo code Talkers is awe inspiring. there are also people around this place that can add to the history if you have any questions.

Thank azkarol
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Reviewed May 5, 2018 via mobile

By far the best exhibit I have seen. I was very impressed by the collection and quality, as well as the information. And what a wonderful tribute. Mr. King has paid to his father. Thank you Mr. King for sharing this.

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Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile

Well, it was a very interesting code, one that supposedly they Japanese could not crack during the 2.W.W. Unfortunately, time has long passed this fact and the importance of it. Entrance Google!! However, if you are a “war buff”, you will probably enjoy it.

Thank hansulricha
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Reviewed April 3, 2018 via mobile

Take the time to stop here to see & read about this important part of WWII history that for too long was kept confidential. These men were, and still are, true heroes to not only our Country but to their Navajo culture as well

Thank DKGills
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Reviewed March 31, 2018 via mobile

Super tiny place but interesting. You can cover it in 15 to 20 minutes. It’s free. Certainly worth the walk over if you are staying in the area.

Thank travelisfun2011
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Reviewed March 2, 2018

This exhibit is very comprehensive, and is fascinating. There is a lot of memorabilia, and really this is well worth visiting if not just to discover an interesting episode in WW2 history.

Thank Mickigirl1310
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Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

Interesting thing to look at I guess. Drawing you inside a not very clean fast food joint to look at it is kinda sad though. There were also some Navajos discreetly selling fake jewelry at the tables outside the door.

Thank BigMountainTraveler
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I can't find the hours posted online, and the museum doesn't seem to have a website -- the small display case at the Burger King next door is probably available from early morning to late evening, like the restaurant hours... More
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