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Smoki Museum

Contact Info
147 N. Arizona St.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Phone:
928-445-1230
Basics
Location:
Downtown Prescott
Type:
Museum

Description

The Smoki Museum houses irreplaceable collections of prehistoric and contemporary pottery, prehistoric jewelry and stone artifacts. The Smoki Museum exhibits also include an outstanding collection of Southwest basketry and kachinas. Among the museum's many valued collections are artist Kate Cory's numerous photographs, paintings and documents. To get there 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 at signal (north) and drive approximately 100 yards to the Smoki Museum - the second stone building on your right-hand side.

Hours + Fees

Hours:
Tues - Sat: 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm
Season:
Open year round (except Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years)

Map + Directions

Basic 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 at signal (north) and drive approximately 100 yards to the Smoki Museum - the second stone building on your right-hand side.
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