Smoki Museum, Prescott Arizona

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Smoki Museum

The idea behind the Smoki Museum is to educate the public – and thus conserve – the native cultures of the Southwest. Read More

What can I see and do at the Smoki Museum?

Pottery, baskets, paintings and hand-woven rugs and blankets, the Smoki Museum is part gallery, part museum.

Where is the Smoki Museum?

The museum is located at 147 North Arizona Avenue, right off of Gurley Street.

When is the museum open?

The museum is open Monday through Saturday, from 10AM to 4PM, and on Sunday from 1PM to 4PM.

How much does it cost?

Adult admission is $7, senior admission runs $6 and students with ID’s are only $5. Children 12 and under are free.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

Give them a call at 928-445-1230 with any questions.

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