• View of Square Tower House, seen along the Mesa Top Loop

    Mesa Verde

    National Park Colorado

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Mesa Verde Museum Association Stores

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The Mesa Verde stores are operated by the Mesa Verde Museum Association, a nonprofit organization partnered with Mesa Verde National Park since 1930. Mesa Verde Museum Association, in cooperation with the National Park Service and Mesa Verde National Park, assists and supports various interpretive programs, research activities and visitor services.

The association provides educational and interpretive material to visitors of Mesa Verde National Park through an active publishing program and the operation of retail stores in the Mesa Verde Visitor and Research Center, the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum, the Colorado Welcome Center in Cortez, and their online store. These resources enhance the visitor experience and proceeds from sales are donated to the park's interpretive, research and education programs.

Mesa Verde Museum Association strives to provide the highest quality merchandise that will enhance the visitor's experience to Mesa Verde National Park. All of the products in our stores are subject to a meticulous review process to ensure the greatest educational and interpretive value.

Did You Know?

Cliff Palace in the snow

Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling at Mesa Verde National Park. It has 150 rooms, plus an additional 75 open areas. Twenty-one of the rooms are kivas, and 25 to 30 rooms have residential features. The number of Ancestral Puebloans living in Cliff Palace at any one time was 100 to 120.