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As my wife and I walked through the exhibit at the museum we are reminded of The Long Walk Our People had to endure. Feeling overwhelmed by photos and hearing about walk on speakers over us on the ordeals of survival to live. From the...More
I grew up in the east with school field trips to Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington DC. So the Navajos and their history was not the usual focus. This visit in June of 2018 was my third visit. The first two in 2015 and...More
Before or after viewing the actual Window Rock on the road past Dine College and the Navajo Nation's administrative headquarters, you really must visit the Museum. Housed in an impressive building, if you look beyond the obligatory gift shop and food court, what stands out...More
Nice big spacious building with an auditorium. I came on a Satuday and they had a local music jam going on. The displays are informative and interesting. Allow about an hour to read everything. Miss Navajo office is here too. It is located next to...More
Window Rock is a fantastic place and the home of the Navajo Nation. We had a day to visit and we're able to visit the museum. It's open and Rich with Navajo history. The docents were super kind and very helpful with questions. The Navajo...More
This is a modern but small museum rich with history of the Navajo. It looks like there might be room for expansion and the ability to add more exhibits. The gift shop had sparce merchandise and was a disappointment.