Massive, unusual, impressive and somewhat disturbing all at the same time, this museum is the result of one man's passionate interest in the Hopi Indians. Driven to recreate a Hopi Pueblo, Cabot Yerxa worked on this structure for 24 years until his death in 1965. The 35-room adobe and wood structure contains some of Yerxa's extensive collections from his world travels. See their website for further information. Guided Tours: Adults $6, seniors $5, students and soldiers $4, children under 6 free.
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