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Heard Museum

Map & Directions 2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
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602-252-8848
  • Sun 11am-5pm, Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining

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Phoenix New Times' Description

From humble beginnings, when the Dwight and Maie Bartlett Heard founded the museum in what was then a small Southwestern town, to the impressive world-class museum it is today, the Heard Museum has come a long way. The Heard opened in 1929 and houses internally recognized collections of Native American artifacts and artwork. You can find century-old Katchina dolls, archives of traditional baskets, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and clothing all created by members of Native tribes throughout the country. Though the museum aims to educate about the arts, heritage and lives of all the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, the emphasis lies on the American Indian tribes of the Southwestern region. In addition of the high quality collections the Heard offers education programming and festivals. The museum has two locations, one in downtown Phoenix and second in north Scottsdale both of which feature a shop and cafe.

Merchant's Description

The Heard Museum of Native Art and Cultures is known for its exhibits, events, Shop and Cafes! We also have a location in North Scottsdale.

 
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  • HISTORY on 04/05/10

    Has more than 32,000 pieces of cultural and fine art. There are permanent exhibits, like the famous Barry Goldwater collection of Kachina Dolls, as well as special exhibit year-round.

  • Phoenix New Times on 01/03/13

    2012 Best of Phoenix Winner: Best Museum! A wealth of Native American history, stories and artwork, including century-old Katsina dolls and more!

  • francine h. on 03/06/10

    This weekend is the Indian Market, but all the craftsmanship in the store is beautiful!

  • Linda M. on 11/10/10

    Wonderful museum to introduce friends to Arizona Native American culture. Don't miss the Goldwater Katsina doll display.

  • Phoenix New Times on 01/27/12

    Best of Phoenix 2011 Winner: Best Buried Indian Treasures Best secret! A few wrong turns, pressed buttons & you might end up down there, but don't expect to see anything good without a curator.

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