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Heard Museum

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Arizona's Native American Indians and artifacts museum

What a wonderful history lesson and very knowledgeable. The different tribes of Indians and the... read more

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Mary P
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Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States
Extensive Native American art and history

Great opportunity to see different native american displays.. It features different artifacts from... read more

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Torrance, California
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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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Reviewed yesterday

What a wonderful history lesson and very knowledgeable. The different tribes of Indians and the way they lived (Navajo, Hopi, etc), the articles they used. I was impressed on the different articles they used back in the day. Reading all about their way of life....More

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Reviewed yesterday

Great opportunity to see different native american displays.. It features different artifacts from many different tribes. It specializes in the Southwest, but has exhibits that cover tribes from all over the north American area. Rich exposure to art and history.

Thank Ed R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Some excellent American Indian exhibits and interesting to see how much was donated by Senator Goldwater and Fred Harvey. In some respects the rooms/exhibits are crowded and rather confusing, but still fun to explore and find things like the jewelry gallery. Really enjoyed the pottery...More

Thank A R H
Reviewed 1 week ago

View artifacts of the Navajo and Hopi nations as well as contemporary jewelry, pottery, blankets, etc. Be prepared to be awed by the Heard's remarkable collection of Kachina dolls. Stop by the Heard Museum Shop and take one home!

Thank patburkhardt
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Absolutely beautiful setting in downtown Phoenix. A small but beautiful museum to Native American art and culture. The staff / docents are friendly and informative, the shop and gallery is eye opening and the museum has some amazing exhibits. I would advise you to check...More

Thank ivosper
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The museum on its own is fantastic and honors the work of the Arizona Native American population, as well as other native peoples across the US. But what had always set this museum apart for me is the special exhibitions. They're unique and fascinating. For...More

Thank Allison T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Large collection of Native American art and life. Very good on site café with southeastern food. Most interesting information was on how the US government intended to take the Indian out of native Americas through government run schools.

Thank TJW777
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did a short tour and then were on our own. The floor holding information on the "Indian Schools" really caught my attention. My paternal aunt was one of the "pupils" in the early 1930's!

Thank Sharron R A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth visiting if in Phoenix and easy to access from downtown area on tram. Is primarily an art museum but also has a lot of cultural exhibits which really expanded my knowledge on the lives of the different peoples of the area. Joining a tour...More

Thank primroseryeland
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a gem. Gift store has amazing items to look at. Book store has so many choices. Outdoor area low key. Area to chill

Thank Stephanie L
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Response from ArizonaTraveler00 | Reviewed this property |
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
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