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    If you have any interest in the American Southwest and northern Mexico and the rich history that is still evident today, you should not miss the Arizona State Museum. 

    Established in 1893, it is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the southwest.  It is an affiliate of the Smithsonian and, outside of that entity, it is the largest non-federally funded archaeological repository in the country. 

    The museum houses the largest collection of unbroken Southwest Indian pottery in the world.  This is a wonderful place to see the exquisite workmanship of pots and bowls produced by people from early times up to the present.  As many digs have been ravished by poachers, it’s always a victory when some of these items are found and are in tact. 

    The museum also contains hundreds of masks and costumes from northern Mexico.  They have also documented a large collection of Western Apache items as well as thousands of artifacts, documents, notes made by early archaeologists and hundreds of thousands of photographs from very early times in the field of exploration up to the present day. 

    Take an hour or spend the day depending on the depth of your interest.  Either way you will leave with a greater knowledge of what life in the southwest was like.  In addition to the museum itself, there is also an extensive library and a store gift shop that will attract people of all ages.

    The museum is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and is closed on state and national holidays. 

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