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:-)
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