We were on our way from Byce NP to Capitol Reef NP and made a short visit at this state park.
Well it was a good restroom stop, great AC, cold water fountain water, excellent wifi and a few (very few) interesting exhibits - indoors...更多
Had a little time to spare, stopped by and were pleased with the items on display as well as the explanations of the Anasazi life. A reconstructed hole dwelling, very nice. One of the most beautiful collections of Native jewelry you will find in such...更多
Having just come from Chaco Canyon, we are a bit biased. The museum itself offers some valuable information, but the ancestral Pueblo ruins are rather unremarkable. There is a 25 minute video which we didn't watch, so I can't comment on that. Staff friendly but...更多
Most exhibits are easily understood by children of reading age. This would be a good place to begin a child's education about the native people of the SW. There is an outdoor component that has a replica dwelling as well as ruins.
We visited the museum on our bus tour through Utah. The reconstruction of the Pueblo was very interesting and helped us visualize was life was like for these native peoples. The museum is small, but does contain a real atl-atl on display. Good for a,short...更多
We were staying near Bryce Canyon and wanted to make a "quick trip" to see the museum. It was definitely affordable ($10 for a family) but not worth the drive out. It was not as expansive as expected and only had 2 small dwellings outside...更多
We discovered this park while driving along Utah scenic highway12. It is a small museum full of interesting artifacts and history. In the backyard is an excavation where many of the artifacts were found. The gardens out the front are lush and green with lots...更多