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charline o.
Report | 7 days ago
Give yourself enough time to enjoy all the exhibits at the museum and the art gallery next door.
Susan F.
Report | 2 months ago
Fascinating mueum
Joanne Z.
Report | 3 months ago
Great picnic area amongst the TX Canyon boulders.
Anita S.
Report | 3 months ago
Be sure to bring snacks or options
Andrew J.
Report | 4 months ago
Do not skip the art exhibit next door to the museum, it is really worth your time.
Peter E.
Report | 5 months ago
Excellent museum of Indian relics ranging from Alaska through North America, Mexico, Central America and South America. I feel very fortunate to live here in Tucson and to be able to see these outstanding artifacts!
Melissa S.
Report | 6 months ago
What an amazing and beautiful museum. Have a picnic on the gorgeous grounds!
Ivelisse B.
Report | 11 months ago
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes if you want to explore the picnic area attached to the museum. You can take beautiful pictures of the scenery. ...lots of different rock formations.
charles a.
Report | 11 months ago
Such a fascinating place to visit. A treasure in the desert.
Pam G.
Report | 11 months ago
What an amazing place.
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Established by archaeologist William Shirley Fulton in 1937, The Amerind Museum aims to preserve and protect the legacy and heritage of the indigenous cultures of the Americas through educational programs, lectures, and a collection of tools, art, and materials from a variety of native ethnic groups. Within the stately Spanish Colonial?revival building, visiting traditional artists and an ever-changing gallery foster a connection between the distant past and the present, teaching guests about the still-living cultures that have called the region home for millennia. The exhibits span across the centuries with artifacts and treasures from various peoples and times, captivating curious visitors with displays ranging from late prehistoric Pueblo pottery, Hopi katsina dolls, and even an Apache war bow constructed and signed by Geronimo himself. Even the museum's campus speaks to the storied past of the area, with views of Texas Canyon's breathtaking rock formations and secluded picnic spots amid the natural beauty and lively conversation of ancient granite boulders.

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