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This is a nice museum and a good place to watch a short film and start your visit out right. We did think the museum and the artifacts were a bit outdated. We bought our tour tickets here and the staff was very helpful. It...More
This is at the Spruce Tree House site. See the ancient village while here and then you must visit the museum. It explains the history of these ancient people and why it is believed they developed these dwellings and how they modified them over the...More
The museum gives a great introduction to the area and is a good place to visit before going to any of the cliff dwellings. The old diaramas are fantastic. There is a display talking about how they were made by CCC workers.
Kids can complete...More
This museum peaked my interest even further than the Oark Rangers had already done by their examples of of what life was like for the ancestral Pueblo s who lived successfully in this arid climate for many centuries. Not only was there pottery, photos, animal...More
As someone who does some work with museums, this on is at least sixty years out of date. The dioramas are helpful to visualize the different eras of Mesa Verde and the film is fine. The rest of the museum is the epitome of antiquarianism...More