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Anasazi State Park Museum, Boulder

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  • After a long hike, we stopped there and enjoyed a break from the heat. The place is small but interesting. There is a 20 minute video if you want, and some artefacts. We loved the outdoors parts of th...  more »
  • We were heading south on scenic highway 29, and had read about this site in the tiny hamlet of Boulder, Utah. There is a well made video about the Anasazi Indians, ancestors of the modern Pueblo, who ...  more »
  • We drove the section of the Burr Trail to end up in Boulder to see the Anasazi Museum. We were completely ignored by the woman at the front desk, even though I stood at the desk waiting for her to fin...  more »
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  • Fun stop on the way to Escalante. Our main reason for stopping here was to find the Geocache located inside, but we enjoyed the exhibits and I was happy to see the two teens we brought along did too. The only downside was that the pictures of amazing ruins they draw you in with are actually fake. They are photos of a replica Anasazi home. The actual ruins are only the foundations of what used to be their homes.
  • Small museum, but worth the inexpensive admission. There's a nice quiet park out front with picnic tables and almost-daily food trucks. Inside, there's lots to learn about the Anasazi and out back there's a lifesize recreation of the to explore, along with the original site.
  • There's really not much to see. The museum is very nice, but very small. They have a replica of what the old houses looked like, but the only authentic ruins were a few rocks 6-8" tall laid out in the dirt and a large hole in the ground. The drive there on Highway 12 was terrifying because of the great heights, steep cliffs with no guard rails, and blind curves. It was definitely not worth the long drive to see so little.
  • Not a very exciting Museum, but stop there for a map of Escalante park!
  • Love the artifacts and all that is there... watch to educational movie!