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The Navajo Village Heritage Cernter is a recreation of an authentic Navajo homesite. Each tour consists of four presentations: 1. A tour through authentic Navajo dwellings (hogans) giving information on how they are made, the significance of why...more
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Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1253 Coppermine Rd., Enter through Big Lake Trading Post parking lot, Page, AZ 86040
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don't think this is just a drive-by tourist trap. easily accessible on Coppermine, this family run educational center packs a ton of info....lodging, cooking, cultural, rug weaving.....and it finishes with two of the sons performing native dances....not to be missed if you are driving thru...More
We found this experience listed on the ‘Welcome to Page’ website and decided to go along as we were interested in learning about Native American culture. We are so glad we did. This experience was brilliant and easily one of the best experiences of our...More
This was by far the best I have ever seen. This is a must see and do. The story telling from the young Mr Hunt ( his 1st name Eludes me right now)was superb! His mother was very insightful with great knowledge as well. The...More
If you want to experience the Navajo culture first hand....this is the place for that! Booked tickets on line for the 1 hr. Grand Tour. Ease of booking and choice of dates and times. Plenty of parking onsite. Village is behind a gas station and...More
What great performances by the kids, and great presentation by their mother and older brother. We connected very well with the Diné people. We were very captivated by the whole experience, myself I loved the dances. Totally recommend it.
Absolutely loved this experience of listening and observing the culture of the great Navajo nation. Didn’t realize the symbolism of achieving harmony with nature starting with the number of logs used in building the Hogan’s, the direction of entering and exiting these dwellings, and many...More