A museum, art gallery, and research center dedicated to archaeology, Native cultures, and Western art. Bring a lunch and enjoy the scenic picnic area and Bird Pond, with spectacular views of Texas Canyon. Open year-round Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am–4:00 pm; closed Monday and major holidays. Admission is $12 adults; $10 seniors 62+, college students, and youth 10+; children under 10 are free. Group rates available with advance reservation.
- #1 of 2 things to do in Dragoon
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We have been staying at Butterfield RV park in Benson and making many day trips. We have seen the sign on the freeway for The Amerind Museum between Willcox and Benson by the Dragoon Mountains so we...
Hidden Gem South of Tucson
What a hidden gem, about an hour south of Tucson off the I-10. We stopped in because we were already in the area and were blown away by the lovingly curated collection of indigenous American...
Enjoying Mexican items
The sad part is that we could not take pictures. We forget after a while and don't remember much. They had lots of archaeological research to find it all. I was able to take a wooden door with my...
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Website Listing Tag(s): Family Fun, Heritage & Culture/Herencia y Cultura
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Amerind Museum: Through the Lens of Navajo Photographer Priscilla Tacheney October 19, 2021 - March 31, 2022
The Amerind Museum celebrates the works of Southwest landscape and... Read More
- Sleeping Rooms 8
- Number of Meeting Rooms 3
- Total Meeting Space 4524
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- Largest Meeting Room: 672
- Banquet Capacity: 65
- Reception Capacity: 65
- Classroom Capacity: 65
- Villas: 3