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Smoki Museum

147 N Arizona Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301-3184
+1 928-445-1230
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History lives on

Nice small museum with many artifacts. Extremely friendly people working here. Nice little gift shop

Reviewed 24 July 2016

A small but excellent Native American Museum. It is in a neat old stone building. We were only... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2016
jmes h
Prescott, Arizona
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Museum that features exhibits and works from American Indian art and culture.
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good32%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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147 N Arizona Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301-3184
+1 928-445-1230
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Reviewed 24 July 2016

Nice small museum with many artifacts. Extremely friendly people working here. Nice little gift shop

Thank Itsmeileen
Reviewed 2 June 2016

A small but excellent Native American Museum. It is in a neat old stone building. We were only people there on a Thursday. afternoon. $3 for Seniors, well worth it. Met by a young Indian ma and volunteer. He gave an excellent overview of the...More

Thank jmes h
Reviewed 16 May 2016

We were planning on leaving town as soon as we visited this place. It was a Sunday and they do not open until 1:00. We were told by an uncaring lady that we had to go up the street to the third building. The entrance...More

Thank Dan H
Reviewed 6 May 2016

Archeological finds, turquoise and baskets displayed in pleasant, well lit surroundings. Great gift shop for all ages.

Thank Maria L
Reviewed 13 April 2016

Excellent displays, friendly docents, pottery making demonstrations (even an outdoor kiln like those used), storytelling, and more make this a must visit.

Thank Perry L
Reviewed 31 March 2016

Interested in Native American arts? The Smoki Museum is a really good place to see well curated pieces - Surprisingly, very well done.

Thank cruella123
Reviewed 23 March 2016

This is a small Museum that packs a big punch. You may come when no one is there to disturb your attention to the serious (and sometimes great fun) goings on. If there is a Native American event -- don't hesitate. Go!! The Collection is...More

Thank mynameisnotneeded
Reviewed 5 March 2016

Our visit was cut short because a power transformer was scheduled to go off line for repairs, but during the time we had the delightful and informative docents told us so many interesting facts and stories about this lovely museum. I was completely fascinated by...More

Thank Linda O
Reviewed 20 December 2015

This small museum contains one of the largest collections of Indian pottery, baskets, jewelry and other artifacts that we have seen in Arizona. It has a much more extensive collection than the Verde Valley Archaeology Center. The Smoki Museum and Smoki People's organization has fascinating...More

Thank spaqueen_9
Reviewed 19 December 2015

A museum of native american culture, named after a fraternal order of well to do white residents of Prescott who dressed up as Hopi Indians and performed ceremonies that the Hopi were forbidden to perform! The good part was they raised money, and preserved artefacts...More

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27 June 2017|
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Response from robertgreninger | Reviewed this property |
Prescott has a large number of local arts and crafts outlets, including western, Native American and cowboy art. The highest concentration of retail art is on and around the Courthouse Plaza. The three, major museums also... More
Tammy W
7 November 2015|
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Response from MEKeller | Reviewed this property |
We paid $6.00 each, senior rate.