This museum focuses solely on Native Americans making up for the lack of information in the Arizona State History Museum. The main gallery explores the cultures of 10 Native American tribal groups living in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. Exhibits cover the traditions and lifestyles of each group before the arrival of the Spanish and other settlers, the way new ideas and materials were absorbed into the cultures, and the influence of old traditions and new ideas on contemporary lifestyles. There are also several small galleries featuring changing exhibits and a large collection of pottery.
The museum is accessible.
There’s a parking garage close by if your vehicle will fit. If not, 2 hour, metered parking in available on the streets near the museum. We parked on 1st Street. The sidewalks and curb cuts are in good condition. Museum 32.23219, -110.95575