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Having been to Mesa Verde and several other sites with ruins, we had a basic understanding of what we were seeing here. They have a nice background film, a number of artifacts in the small museum as well as some ruins that you can observe....More
So we're driving along after finding our hotel, exploring the area, and suddenly, the Anasazi Indian Village State Park is on our left. We'd done to Mesa Verde a few years back so we stopped out of curiosity. We were delightfully surprised. Great display and...More
This had very interesting exhibits inside with lots of information I didn’t know about before. Outside there was a partially excavated home/village site that built on the inside information. Also a very nice gift shop.
This was a lovely stop on our trip. Not overwhelming but historically informative. There is a short self guided walking tour around ruins of an Indian village. The staff person was wonderfully helpful. The five dollar entry fee is more than reasonable and the gift...More
My husband and I visited the Anasazi Museum (and State Park) and felt much enlightened. The informational pieces are well done, and the archeological digs are fascinating; I had never seen a dig in person - only on TV! There are several video presentations by...More
We really enjoyed our stop at this little park. I think the admission fee was $5 per person, which is very reasonable. This park consists of a visitor center/museum, and a short trail right behind it which showcases reconstructed dwellings. This is one of the...More
One of several reviews related to a 20 day Grand Circle tour.
This is an outstanding museum which presents information about the Anasazi people as well as the challenges faced by archaeologists in trying to obtain and preserve the historical record. Be sure to head...More