P.O. Box 397
125 E. Hollamon Street
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
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Fort Verde State Historic Park is the best preserved Indian Wars Fort in Arizona, operational from 1871-1891. Visitors tour through original adobe Officer's row homes and tour through he adobe buildings are the original from 143 years ago and are the most amazing sight as you can walk through them and view them all furnished with period items.
The Museum building (originally known as the Administrative Headquarters) showcases artifacts on display, including uniforms, guns, weapons and the featured displays: the Corbusier trumpet, originally found on Custer's battlefield and interpretive videos from interviews with descendants of the Apache Indian Scouts.
This venue will accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
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