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“Hidden Gem!! Must see!”
Review of Poeh Museum

Poeh Museum
Ranked #62 of 261 things to do in Santa Fe
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Falmouth, Massachusetts
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“Hidden Gem!! Must see!”
Reviewed 14 June 2013

We loved this small museum, tucked right ff the highway. There is no fee, but there is a donation box. There is a short film, and some pottery on display (and I think for sale) but what amazed e was the beautiful "diorama" of the Native American evolution. You walk through 7 or 8 rooms with displays of "the emergence", early nomadic life, agrarian life, conquest by the Spaniards,then Europeans, etc.....the dispassion are beautiful, and in a short visit you get the spence of hundreds of years of history. Kids would enjoy it with one interpretation by adults:-)

Visited May 2013
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Kutztown, Pennsylvania
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“Interesting, free museum of the Pojoaque Pueblo”
Reviewed 22 November 2011

This relatively new museum/visitors center is on Route 285 north of Santa Fe. There are very good displays showing the history of the Pojoaque Indians and a museum with excellent art and crafts. The museum is free and there is free parking in their lot. There are also sculptures around the museum which has an adobe look on the outside. This is a good stop for an hour or two, especially if traveling to Taos or Bandelier National Park.

Visited November 2011
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