“southwestern arts & crafts”
Opened to the public in 1994, Notah-Dineh Museum features an extensive display of historic American Indian art and artifacts. Antique cradleboards, beaded toys, ceremonial gloves and moccasins, tomahawks, breastplates, pottery, fetishes, woven baskets, kachinas from the 1920's and 1930's, and antique Navajo rugs provide a glimpse into Native American life. The largest known Two Grey Hills weaving is showcased in the museum. Relics of the Old West in the exhibit include antique bits and bridles, beaded leatherwear, fringed dresses and leggings, and historic firearms. The museum is free to the public. Notah-Dineh's original museum collection was started over 50 years ago, when trading posts served as the commercial and social centers for the reservation.
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Notah Dineh Trading Company & Museum
- Mon - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
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