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John Wesley Powell Museum Page

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John Wesley Powell Museum
#6 N. Lake Powell Blvd.
(corner of N. Lake Powell Blvd.
Page
AZ
86040
Tel: (928) 645-9496

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The John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum and Visitor Information Center is the one-stop source for information of interest to people visiting Page, Arizona and the surrounding area.Within the museum, you can see sketches, photos and other memorabilia of Powells epic Colorado River voyages in 1869 and 1871, along with a unique collection of Native American and pioneer artifacts. Exterior view of Powell Museum Other exhibits focus on the geology of the canyons cut by the Colorado and the history and development of Page. Films on Lake Powell, dam construction and other subjects are shown free upon request. We also feature a book store/gift shop.
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    Very well done museum for such a small town. Interesting and informative exhibits, nice collection relating to river history.

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    Very informative museum about the area! Wish I would have had more time to stay.

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    Definitely a place to stop if you're in Green River for the day!

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