A well done display of native culture. Avery nice gift shop. We had a personal guide which made it so much more interesting. There was so much to learn. It made me proud to live where there is something really worth seeing. It is situated in the forest and there are comfortable places to sit and just enjoy the clean... 更多
This museum is a must see! You have your choice of either a guided or self-guided tour. We chose to take our time and walk through. From the history of the Indians, to the finding of a cave which encased pottery that had been preserved for hundreds of years, it was great to have this history lesson of our immediate... 更多
This grand old Flagstaff landmark is practically mandatory for locals. It was a buzzing place years ago but is aging now, with too few staff and mostly older, though excellent, exhibits. The museum is regionally important for its work in Native American exhibits and programs. As a paleontologist, I enjoy the well-done ancient life exhibits.
To be honest from the outside it never looked like the type of museum that differs from any other museum in the area, the type of museum that is just there and like every other museum, focuses only Native American Arts and Crafts that you see in every museum and gift store for 50+ miles around Flagstaff. After 8 years... 更多
This was a great museum to visit. The artefacts and exhibits were interesting and the descriptions relevant and well explained. The strip fire exhibition was very informative. The staff were very friendly .
First visit to this Native American Museum...Loved it....so much to see and learn about the Native Americans who inhabit Northern Arizona. They also had a photo exhibit honoring the Hot Shot firefighters and their fight in the Slide Fire in 2014. Will return when in Flagstaff again.....
Much research has gone into preparing the exhibits for the public to see. We learned much about these indigenous peoples who lived in the area nearly a thousand years ago. Very well done.
The exhibits were wonderfully planned and extremely informative. It was exactly what a museum should be. Not Disneyland, but great information on the geology and anthropology of Northern Arizona. Many thumbs up.