RED PUEBLO MUSEUM & FREDONIA HERITAGE PARK

  • 900 North Hwy 89-A, Fredonia, Arizona, located at the Fredonia Welcome Center on the east side of US 89-A.
Presented By: Red Pueblo Museum and Heritage Park

RED PUEBLO MUSEUM & FREDONIA HERITAGE PARK

Date: Tuesday, May 15 – Saturday, May 19, 2018

Time: Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Arizona Time (10 AM – 6 PM Utah Time)

Location: 900 North Hwy 89-A, Fredonia, Arizona

Directions: The Museum and Heritage Park is located at the Fredonia Welcome Center on the east side of US 89-A.

Description: Take a step back in time to discover clues that help us understand prehistoric ways of life and peoples of southern Utah and the Arizona Strip. Navajo and ancient Puebloan pottery, a large collection of projectile points and many other artifacts are on display as well as hundreds of photos of rock art found in the region.

The Fredonia Historical Society offers a look at the history, lifestyles and traditions of the pioneers, ranchers and homesteaders of the area. Covered picnic tables and restrooms are available.

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Dixon Spendlove

Event Contact Phone: 928-643-7777

Event Contact Email: redpueblomuseum@fredonia.net

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