Tuzigoot Museum Collections
The Tuzigoot visitor center and museum, built in 1935-1936, is one of just a handful of New Deal-era buildings that is still being used for its original purpose. The architecture of the museum is part of the exhibit - the construction techniques used for the building are updated, modern-day versions of traditional Sinagua construction.
Facilities Exhibiting Museum Items
Tuzigoot's collections are collaboratively managed by the monument and the Western Archeological and Conservation Center, which provides professional archival and conservation services to National Park Service sites in the Intermountain Region.
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Last updated: May 16, 2022