The Navajo Nation Museum has extensive holdings of art, ethnographic, archaeological, and archival materials. Our archives collection includes over 40,000 photographs as well as a wide variety of documents, recordings, motion picture film, and videos. The archives are heavily used by authors, researchers and publishers as a source for historical photographs.
The museum maintains a very active and professional exhibition program, most of which is produced in-house. In its new venue, most exhibitions have tended to highlight the work of Navajo artists in various media, including weavings. These art-oriented exhibitions are interspersed with historical and cultural exhibits.
World-wide travelers are captivated by such attractions as the awe-inspiring scenery of Antelope Canyon to the Most Photographed Place in the World Monument Valley.
A great place to begin your journey to the Navajo Nation is in Window Rock, Arizona the capital of the Navajo Nation, which is nestled in the northeast portion of Arizona near the Arizona-New Mexico border.
The Navajo Nation Zoo and Botanical Park is the only Native American owned-and-operated Zoo in the Country. Zoo located in the capital city of the Navajo Nation, Window Rock, Arizona within a Tribally-designated park.
The Navajo Zoo is "a Sanctuary for Nature and the Spirit'. Offer the visitor a quiet place to reflect, and a unique opportunity to connect with over 50 animal species native to the Navajo Nation.
Petrified Forest National Park is a United States national park in Navajo and Apache counties in NorthEastern Arizona.
Most of the Petrified Forest National Park's petrified wood comes from tall conifers. These ancient trees grew more than 200 million years ago along waterways, where periodic flooding uprooted trees.
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