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Smoki Museum
147 N. Arizona St
Prescott
AZ
86304
Tel: 928.445.1230

Directions

From Highway 69 westbound coming into Prescott, bear left onto Gurley Street. On your right, just past a large, old rock building and some tennis courts is Arizona Street. Turn right (north) at signal and drive approximately 100 yards to the Smoki Museum - the second stone building on your right-hand side.

Where are we going today?

The Smoki Museum was built in 1935 of native stone and wood. It was constructed with labor provided by the Civilian Works Administration and the Smoki People.The Smoki Museum as it appeared in the 1930's. The Smoki People were a group of Prescott citizens organized in 1921 and dedicated to the perpetuation of American Indian ceremonies and dances. As late as 1990, the Smoki People held annual pageants at the Yavapai County Fairgrounds.
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    Not terribly interesting.

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    It is very small and they don't allow pictures. The museum wasn't more than 2 rooms if even that. They did give tours if interested but I didn't think it was quite worth the $5 entry. It was an enjoyable walk through if you are in the area but it's not worth the drive for just that. I probably wouldn't go back though and I wouldn't say the admission price gets you much.

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