• Red Pueblo Museum and Heritage Park, 900 North Hwy 89-A, Fredonia, Arizona
Presented By: Red Pueblo Museum and Heritage Park

This event takes place in Arizona. 8 AM Arizona Time is 9 AM Utah Time!

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

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Dixon Spendlove

Event Contact Phone: 928-643-7777

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