Heard Museum, Phoenix
Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
Heard Museum showcases both historical Native American artifacts and contemporary culture. The museum is recognized as a "Phoenix Point of Pride." It is known internationally for its festivals and educational programs, such as World Championship Hoop Dance contest, the Spanish market, and Indian fair and market. The exhibits showcase thousands of pieces, including dolls, jewelry, and textiles. Many represent the Southwestern tribal nations who still live traditionally in the region. Take part in a guided tours--they are included in the admission price. Plan to visit Heard Museum during your Phoenix vacation using our convenient Phoenix vacation route planner.
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We passed this museum on the way to lunch and I vaguely remembered reading that this was an excellent museum. We decided we had an hour of time and paid the $18.00 entry per person and walked into won... read more »
My wife and I truly were treated to an unusually well done Native American museum in the heart of Phoenix. While we were there we witnessed a live hoop dance presentation as well as many well done sta... read more »
The actual museum is small enough and doesn’t contain anything I’d not seen before. Except. A full room of kachinas – the little dolls that supposedly represent deified ancestral spirits in the mythol... read more »
Neat exhibits showcasing the lives and culture of the southwest Native Americans. Nice variety of pieces both old and new, tapestry and pottery to sculpture and jewelry. Even better with free admission as a ROAM member!
I believe this museum is rated in the top 5 in the country and I can see why. Breath taking, absolute must when visiting Phoenix. Plan on being there all day, so much to see and absorb. A little more expensive than what we had expected, but worth it.
Beautiful exhibits, very informative free guided tour. Very relaxed and not too crowded.
I went here for a couple of hours. I ended up staying for over 5hrs. Make sure that you go on some of the decent tours, they are so very enthusiastic about the many subjects. I found that the fact that art covering the last 2,000 years can be found within.
Tiffany T.J. Wey
Love that they give you a sticker with a gold star on it as your "ticket" for admission. Open during First Fridays, just have to provide your zip code to check in before entering.
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