As you view our extensive arrowhead and projectile point collection, you may discover clues as to how they survived in this harsh desert climate. You’ll also learn of the progression of a people through a collection of pottery spanning 700 years and peek into the living conditions of more modern settlers in the heritage park.
Red Pueblo Museum and Heritage Park
Come see an extensive collection of Indian artifacts all received by donation. There is no cost for the museum but donations are appreciated.
Local expert, Dixon Spendlove will entertain and educate with his vast knowledge of the culture and artifacts of the area’s native people.
You will be able to see pottery 300 to 1000 years old, tools and arrowheads, and some of the rarest artifacts available for view by the public.
You can also see medicine bags, moccasins, jewelry and blankets.
The museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. AZ time spring-fall.