This museum owned by Eddie Basha had no entrance fee, and based on its location, we did not expect to be as impressed as we were. As we walked in we were greeted by a friendly young lady at the front desk. The bathrooms were nice and clean, close to the entrance, and it looked very presentable. We were handed a brochure with a lot of valuable information on Western American and Native American Art that helped us further understand certain object in the museum.
Throughout the gallery there were all kinds of statues, paintings, pottery, jewelry, vintage guns, and drums. Some paintings represented the life of Native Americans, and elaborated with its representation. Important Indians were recognized and there were a lot of interesting books that were open to the public to look through, and find more information.
The presentation of the museum was very enjoyable and pleasant. The environment was peaceful and comfortable. It was very quiet inside, a cool temperature. Every wall in the museum was a different color, but they were all bright colors of turquoise, purple, blue, green, yellow and red. The lighting was nice, though some lights were burnt out, it was not a distraction. The Adobe walls were a great touch to the feel of the Native American culture. Overall, this was a lovely museum that I recommend visiting to anyone.
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