Homolovi State Park and Observatory

HCR 63 Box 5 (SR87N),1.35 miles North I-40 Exit #257, Winslow, AZ 86047 - United States

928-289-4106

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Homolovi State Park, established in 1986 protects, preserves, and interprets over 400 archaeological sites including four very late 14th century pueblos formerly occupied by the ancestors of the Hopi People of today (the Hisat’sinom, also referred to as the Anasazi). Homolovi serves as a center of research for the late migration period of the Hopi from the 1200′s to the late 1300′s. Homolovi is a gateway to this ancient culture and self guided tours of the Homolovi Pueblos allow visitors an opportunity of exploration and discovery. Additional information is available at www.azstateparks.com. The Winslow Homolovi Observatory is open with star parties on the fourth Saturday of each month except December. Homolovi is a Blue Star participating Museum.

The current calendar of events for the Winslow Homolovi Observatory is available on Special Exhibit for Homolovi is held at the Winslow Art Trust (WAT) Gallery http://winslowartstrust.org/events/ Life Along The River through December 2021.

Exhibits

Ancestral Hopi Pottery and Tools, on display in visitor center museum, ancestral Hopi (Anasazi) Pueblos excavated by Jesse W. Fewkes - Smithsonian in 1896-1922 open to public, interpretive programming ongoing, and cultural demonstration of pottery. Hopi Code Talker WWII exhibit, Early, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Pioneer Cemetery “Sunset” 1876-1888 open for self guided tours. Astronomy programs are fourth Saturday each month except December Resuming in September 2021. We will be extending our Arizona State Museum Exhibit at the Winslow Arts Trust (WAT Gallery) at the Historic La Posada Hotel exhibit is titled "Life Along the River Ancestral Hopi at Homolovi" admission to the exhibit is free and will run through December 2021. All times are Arizona Mountain Standard Time. We do not observe daylight saving time.

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