1 - 10 条点评，共 100 条
The Museum covers a breath of Southwest Indian artifacts and information. Some of the information is outdated as words such as "Papago" are no longer used. Nomenclatures and adequate descriptions are lacking in some exhibits. Some of the exhibits didn't have lighting (or it wasn't...更多
Amazing museum in the middle of almost nowhere. Wonderful, well-curated collection of American Indian pots, baskets, and artifacts.Nice additional art museum, good but small museum shop. Beautiful desert setting.
The area is great to have a picnic. It's right off of I-10 and is so peaceful. The Museum was really nice and so was the gift store. The employees there are wonderful!!
Beautiful setting (Dragoon Mountains), interesting history of the ranch and the founders of Amerind and wonderful artifacts from South, Central and North American Native cultures. Picnicking, birdwatching, nature trail available on the grounds. Use your Tucson Attractions Passport (2 for 1 entrance fee at the...更多
February 2017. We visited with friends who come to Arizona for the winter. They took us to the Amerind Museum on a day trip from the Roper Lake State Park. William Fulton was an archeologist in his second career, and his wife raised thorougbred horses....更多
We were pleasantly surprised at the extent of the exhibits at this museum. We have visited many similar museums throughout the Southwest but found this one exceptionally extensive with displays and descriptons ranging from the Ice Age to the present. The stand-alone exhibits in the...更多
I encourage you to visit their website, click on ABOUT US, then on PHOTO AND VIDEO GALLERY. You'll find a wonderful 6-minute video about the history of the foundation that will greatly enhance your visit. To get here, you drive into the Texas Canyon which...更多
The Amerindian Museum and the Gallery next door were the highlight of our short trip out of Tucson. It is an easy drive from Tucson, either there and back in a day, or part of a two day trip taking in Douglas, Bisbee and Tombstone...更多
This is a Native American museum unlike any other I have seen. There is a great anthropology exhibit extending chronologically around the walls of a great room, starting with the migration of the first Native Americans across the Bering Strait to inhospitable Alaska and spreading...更多