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Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum

1007 W Arizona Ave, Parker, AZ 85344-5745
+1 928-669-8970
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Small but Nice

It's a small museum but very nice. A large collection of baskets and bead work. Not very cluttered... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
via mobile
Nice visit

It is small but nice. The collection of cradle boards, beading work, clay work and woven baskets... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2016
Ruth M
Phoenix, Arizona
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22 Apr 2017
“Small but Nice”
3 Nov 2016
“Nice visit”
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1007 W Arizona Ave, Parker, AZ 85344-5745
+1 928-669-8970
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Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

It's a small museum but very nice. A large collection of baskets and bead work. Not very cluttered and easy to follow along. Docent was knowledgeable and very friendly. Daddy and daughter day with my nine year old. Thirty minutes is all she could take...More

Thank Wirunaways
Reviewed 3 November 2016

It is small but nice. The collection of cradle boards, beading work, clay work and woven baskets is very nice. It seems more like a gallery than an museum since there is not much labeling. Beautiful work. Authentic music in the background. Free.

Thank Ruth M
Reviewed 6 August 2016

Went to this museum to find out about the local Indian tribes of the area. They were very friendly and had a great staff that gave us a lot of history about the 4 tribes that make up the area. Nice blankets and items for...More

1  Thank Jim K
Reviewed 15 December 2015

It's been awhile since I've been to this museum, so I'm sure it's improved with additional exhibits during that time. It's focus is on the interesting local tribal history & should be an added attraction for all Parker, Arizona area visitors. Information contained herein provides...More

Thank AlamoGoldie
Reviewed 6 December 2015

My son took us to go enjoy day a 2nd Thanksgiving meal with his in laws. I must say driving through the desert did not prepare me for what was to come. The beautiful red mountains, the serene skies, the river flowing. This is a...More

Thank Bea M
Reviewed 28 February 2015

Beautiful beadwork! Great collection of baskets and jars! Fairly small so it is doable in an hour or less. The price is right! Nice shop if you would like.

1  Thank wiseoldowl514
Reviewed 26 February 2015

I stumbled on this and it proved to be a great find. The museum is fairly compact and laid out in a way that is easy to navigate. The young lady, Alyissa, working there was a great help. The museum focuses on the four tribes...More

5  Thank CATTSAR
Reviewed 19 December 2012

Has many artifacts from the four tribes who use the region. Enjoyed the video showing the making of pottery.

2  Thank ProfessorEd
Reviewed 12 July 2009

July 12, 2009: The Colorado River Indian Tribe's Cultural Resource Director, Dr. Michael Tsosie has a top flight scholarly and a personal knowledge of life in the lower Colorado River Valley. The museum is moving to Parker's movie in the center of town and promises...More

3  Thank tceng
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