The Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum is the hub of the region’s archaeology that includes National Park Service monuments, U.S. Forest Service Heritage sites, preserves of The Archaeological Conservancy, and the Yavapai-Apache Nation. The museum provides a snapshot of ancient Indigenous life with displays of household goods, farming, weaving, and textiles. Two murals by contemporary Hopi artists tell the story of Hopi Life and of the emergence of the Hopi People. The Yavapai-Apache gallery features basketry showcasing their artistry. Fine-art exhibits complete an immersion into the archaeology and culture of Sedona and the Verde Valley.

May 23rd, 2022

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Arizona Historical Society