The Heard Museum
Founded in 1929 by Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard to house their collection of native American art, this large hacienda-style museum contains some 32 000 works that are representative of the cultural wealth of the country's native American tribes. Here, you will also discover Arizona's three geographic and climate zones as well as the history of the way of life of the tribes present here: the Hohokam, Pai, Apache, Hopi etc. A presentation includes commentary by contemporary native Americans.
Address:2301 North Central Avenue, 85004-1323 Phoenix
Price:18 $ (-17 years old 7.50 $)
Mon-Sat 9.30am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm (6pm-10pm 1st Fri of the month, except in Mar) - closed Easter Sun, 4 Jul, Thanksgiving and 25 Dec - free guided tours noon, 2pm and 3pm
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