This is one of those sites that we happened onto by accident, but we
feel it does deserves to be mentioned. We stopped here to get
directions for another site (that is now private land) and were very
impressed with the displays that are there. There is no fee to
enjoy this museum (donations accepted). The variety of points on
display will amaze you as well as other items on display (metates,
pottery, etc.). Ask about how the Anasazi could catch birds and what
they used in that process.
The museum is open Tuesday through
Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm (AZ time, also they are closed November through February). It will be quite easy to spend
several hours looking at everything on display. We did not take any
pictures inside the museum, but if you ask, I think the owner would
probably allow you to take a few.
At the time we were there we did not
notice that the name over the front door does not match the name on the
brochure. Over the door is Anasazi Museum and on the pamphlet it is Red
This spot had been the rest area just
north of Frdonia and the picnic tables with nice canopies are well
maintained and there is a pet exercise area.
These pictures show the outside area. If
you enjoy seeing a wide variety of artifacts, you will find this museum
well worth the time to stop in and spend some time looking at all that
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