Set in a historic stone building, this interesting collection of Native American artifacts is named for the fictitious Smoki tribe, which was dreamed up in 1921 by a group of non-Native Americans who wanted to inject new life into Prescott’s July 4th celebrations. Despite its phony origins, the museum contains genuine artifacts and basketry from many different tribes, mainly southwestern. The museum also sponsors interesting lectures on Native American topics.
The Smoki Museum
147 N. Arizona St., USA
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Mon–Sat 10am–4pm; Sun 1–4pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Phone 928/445-1230 Prices $7 adults, $6 seniors, $5 students, free for kids 12 and under Web site The Smoki Museum
Map147 N. Arizona St. USA Prescott
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