This architectural gem adjacent to the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort is operated by the Pima and Maricopa tribes and offers a glimpse into the cultural heritage of the two tribes. Although the center has only a few small exhibits, it is well worth a visit for its architecture and ethnobotanical garden. The center complex is built within a huge berm that was designed to resemble a giant pot buried in the ground. Exhibits include an outstanding display of Pima and Maricopa baskets dating back to the 1920s.
Huhugam Heritage Center
4759 N. Maricopa Rd., Chandler
Our Rating Neighborhood Take exit 164 (Queen Creek Rd.) off I-10 and continue 1 mile west Hours Wed–Fri 10am–4pm Phone 520/796-3500 Prices Admission $5 adults, $3 seniors and students, $2 children 6–12; free children 5 and under Web site Huhugam Heritage Center
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