• Pipe Spring National Monument

    Pipe Spring

    National Monument Arizona

Museum

Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians and NPS Logo
This joint center was cooperatively funded and built, and is operated by the National Park Service and the Kaibab Paiute Tribe. The center serves as the entry to Pipe Spring National Monument, and provides exhibits about the people and cultures who have lived in this region for centuries.

Information is also available on visiting other nearby public lands, including the Tuweep Overlook, located within Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon - Parashant National Monument.
 
Museum Showcase Wawyp' and SangwarTasipeQuur'anumpKutununuempeNi-aus-pi-kaiTevBark SkirtRabbit BlanketMoouts' and Mawd'BasketWbubstu'senumpPaiute PotteryKo-no'AoosiImage Map

Did You Know?

Deseret Alphabet

On January 19, 1854, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints adopted the Deseret alphabet. The new alphabet consisted of 38 to 40 characters and was developed mostly by George D. Watt. It was an attempt to help simplify spelling in the English Language.