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Home: Native People In The Southwest, Phoenix

Home: Native People In The Southwest - Phoenix, Arizona
Home: Native People In The Southwest
2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004Map
+1 602 252 8848
Neighborhood: Downtown
Overview

Explore the art and cultures of the Native community through this Southwestern Indian collection. Included in the exhibits are jewelry, pottery, beadwork, and textiles with 500 H00 Hopi katsina dolls.  Also featured is an outdoor garden with native plants and trees. 

Gallery opens 11AM on Sundays.

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Home: Native People In The Southwest General Information
  • Type: Arts & Museums
  • Nearest Train: Encanto/Central Avenue
  • Venue Description:
    Founded in the 1920s by Dwight B. and Marie Bartlett Heard, this museum houses tributes to Native American art and culture. At the Heard Museum, permanent displays are showcased along with traveling exhibits displaying the rich heritage of the people. The center was renovated to include an educational facility called the Ullman Learning Center. Free tours are offered daily and there's plenty of parking space. See website for more details.
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