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The museum is a not for profit organisation and run by volunteers to maintain the heritage of the area.Well worth a visit dogs are not allowed to enter building but a shaded kennel is provided for your four legged companion
Small museum and gift shop with some outside displays. $5.00 per person admission which was reasonable. There's a video which explains the population history of the area. Displays consist of pottery tools, arrowheads, etc from the region. After driving by a few times, glad to...More
Nice small museum. There are many artifacts. The baskets that have been collected from the area are beautiful! There are many examples of pottery that has been collected from the area. A small replica of Adobe housing is on site. Small children may get bored...More
This museum was filled with artifacts found in the area. There was good signage and an informative video. We liked that the exhibits were protected as we have small children who like to touch everything and they couldn’t get at this stuff. We originally missed...More
It's a great history of the area and especially the indigenous people that live a long time ago. They show replicas of their dwellings and have many artifacts of that era. Also, they have local displays of artists in the area.
I loved this museum! I was expecting something about one of the cities that was drowned by Lake Mead, but it was about some Pueblo settlements in the area. The movies and exhibits were informative, and I got several materials for teachers at my school...More
A favorite local museum. Holds special meaning as my great grandfather Fay Perkins was the main archaeologist that put it all together. Here you can find the history of the Native Americans of the Southern Nevada region. Fascinating displays tell the story.
We visited the museum thinking it wouldn't be much. We were so wrong. We had no idea all that took or is taking place in the desert. Although we have been to several deserts, being from the Southeast, we haven't spent much time nor have...More