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Had some extra time while waiting for a slot canyon tour so decided to visit this museum. It was VERY informative and interesting! Maps, dioramas, photos, and historical info on the early Lake Powell explorers, including John Wesley Powell who was quite the adventurer and...More
We were very pleasantly surpised with our visit! We received very detailed maps with a lot of advises and comments from very knowledgeable and friendly employees. We returned with few questions about local area and got a free museum tour with a lot of interesting...More
The Powell Museum in Page, Arizona, commemorates the life and accomplishments of John Wesley Powell, offers a variety of exhibits on the history and culture of the Colorado Plateau, relating to the history of Page, Glen Canyon Dam, the Colorado River, pioneer history and Native...More
The gift shop is arguably more interesting than the museum displays themselves! We found the cultural displays more interesting than the historical ones. There is a case with beautiful native silver and turquoise jewelry, some of which is available for purchase.
Our Road Scholars' tour took us to the Powell Museum while we were on a road trip to visit 5 National Parks in Utah. It was very interesting to take our time to see some history of the west and the Colorado River. The exhibits...More
Excellent condensed presentations of geology, dinosaurs, exploration and more. Every member of your group should find at least one area of interest. One room is set up like an old trading post, with opportunities to buy some of the items on display.
We had a little while to kill before heading to our Antelope Canyon tour and noticed all the cars in the parking lot to the museum. At first we thought it was just parking to walk across the bridge above the dam and the river...More