Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park and Museum
1324 S. Jesse Hayes Rd. , Globe, AZ 85501 - United States
Besh Ba Gowah Archaeological Park and Museum houses the ruins and artifacts of the Salado Indians who inhabited the area from A.D. 1225 to A.D.1400. Visitors are encouraged to walk within the rooms of the nearly 800 year old pueblo and view the utensils, pottery, and furbishing’s that were a part of life in pre-Columbian times.
The Besh Ba Gowah Museum showcases what is said to be one of the largest collections of Salado artifacts in the world. Exhibits include pottery, stone tools, jewelry and textiles.
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