Established in 1986, The Homolovi State Park,
Visitor Center & Museum is located on the high
grassland of 14th century northern Arizona,
Museum represents the Hisat'sinom (known to
archaeologists as the Anasazi), who are today
known as the Hopi.
Current exhibits include artifacts from the
ancient villages found within the Winslow area
and pottery from the late 1200’s – 1933. On going
Hopi Pottery demonstrations (TBA)
This venue will accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
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