A museum, art gallery, and research center dedicated to archaeology, Native cultures, and Western art. Bring a lunch and enjoy the scenic picnic area with spectacular views of Texas Canyon. Open year-round Tuesday-Sunday, 10:00 am–4:00 pm; closed Monday and major holidays. Admission is $10 adults; $9 seniors 60 and over; $7 children 10-17, and under 10 are free. Group rates available with advance reservation.
- #1 of 2 things to do in Dragoon
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Southeast Arizona Native American culture and heritage
Great museum with exhibits showing the archeology and culture of Southeastern Arizona and Mexican indigenous peoples. Very interesting and enlightening exhibit on a dig over the border at Paquimé.
So much to see
If you’re interested in seeing exquisite examples of indigenous peoples’ turquoise, silver, baskets... lives... spend the time here. Didn’t quite know what to expect .. (a local friend insisted we go...
A very pleasant surprise off I-10 east of Tucson
The Amerind Museum has an extensive collection of native artifacts and art from Canada, America A very extensive collection of Native art and artifacts, from Canada, the US, Mexico, and S. America!
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Sleeping Rooms 6
- Number of Meeting Rooms 1
- Reception Capacity 50
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- Classroom Capacity: 30
- Exhibits: 4