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The foremost showcase of Native American art and culture in the U.S., the Heard Museum reveals the cultures of tribes in the region through exhibits, demonstrations and live performances and displays the work of contemporary Native American artists...more
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Very much enjoyed this museum. Very well laid out in the way of the different tribes assoiciated with Arizona.
Excellent collection of the different aspects of each tribe.
The residential school exhibit is under renovations until the end of January which was a disappointment as...More
Lovely exhibits of jewelry, pottery, religious and other artifacts. Nice methodology of indicating what areas in the USA are related to which tribes/nations.MY docent provided an excellent free guided tumor discussing her particular passions/interests re: metalworks/jewelry and women's issues. Easy free parking. Extra money for...More
We learned a lot of Arizona history through the galleries of this museum. Docent tours are really helpful, but just enjoying the landscapes is worth the price of admission.,
And from someone who is not a shopper - this gift shop offers all sorts of...More
The Heard Museum is easily found on the northeast side of Phoenix. There is plenty of parking, both within the facility grounds as well as on nearby streets. We paid $15 each as seniors which seemed a reasonable price. We were immediately aware, as we...More
We went there in early December and I had no idea of the contribution of the Native people to military conflicts. Also there was a Matisse exhibition at the same time which was less "clearcut" based on the guided tour and the guide doing it.
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Service Animals are permitted with documentation. You may or may not be asked to provide this, but just to be on the 'safe side', put a copy in your purse. Please know Arizona is very hot, so never leave your furry family... More
Service Animals are permitted with documentation. You may or may not be asked to provide this, but just to be on the 'safe side', put a copy in your purse. Please know Arizona is very hot, so never leave your furry family member in the car, even for a short 'run into the Circle K' store.