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Navajo Village Heritage Center

Open today: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Navajo Cultural Experience

Tomas and his mom gave us an in depth look into the Navajo life, culture and traditions. We learned... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Page, Arizona
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Worth Stopping at this Hidden Gem

We almost didn’t stop here at the unassuming entrance trailer. Wow-are we glad we did. The temps... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cleveland, Ohio
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The Navajo Village Heritage Cernter is a recreation of an authentic Navajo homesite. Each tour consists of four presentations: 1. A tour through authentic Navajo dwellings (hogans) giving information on how they are made, the significance of why...more
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1253 Coppermine Rd., Enter through Big Lake Trading Post parking lot, Page, AZ 86040
+1 928-660-0304
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Tomas and his mom gave us an in depth look into the Navajo life, culture and traditions. We learned a lot about their hogan homes, weaving and saw an amazing hoop dance. We definitely recommend it to everyone! Jurasko family, Slovakia.

Thank patasevcik
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We almost didn’t stop here at the unassuming entrance trailer. Wow-are we glad we did. The temps outside were over 100 degrees but inside the shaded shelter and the hogans where the presentations were given were cool and comfortable. Both presenters were very knowledgeable and...More

Thank CdnCarol
Reviewed 16 June 2018

Hi, We have been visiting the Navajo Village Heritage Center of Page during our trip in the West of the USA. The hosting was very kind and the visit very interesting. Because it's done in a sincere and honest way, relating with the heart the...More

Thank Arielle B
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

Tomas is very knowledgeable and proud of his Navajo heritage. He has helped restore many traditional structures at this location. The stories he tells about the history of the Navajo Nation and the interactions with the Spanish people are insightful. The Navajo weaving blanket demonstration...More

Thank Mark T
Reviewed 1 June 2018

There are a lot of visually beautiful sites to visit in the Page area. This is a site you can visit with your heart and mind. Tomas, the new owner, regales you with stories of the Navajo culture and encourages questions. He spent time patiently...More

Thank Gma51
Reviewed 20 May 2018

I visited this Center while on a tour of Utah and Arizona parks with Road Scholar. Tomas Hunt gave an excellent, succinct talk about Navajo beliefs and customs. He explained how Navajo is actually a name given to the tribe by Spanish explorers and that...More

Thank Maggie W
Reviewed 20 May 2018

Tomas Hunt, and his family and colleagues are new running the Navajo Village Heritage Center. Rather than by reservation only, it is now open 4 times a day, 8am, 10am, 2pm and 4pm. Cost is $35 per person $25 for those 6-12 years and children...More

1  Thank jsrbk
Reviewed 18 May 2018

The presentations in the Navajo Village were included in a tour of Southern Utah. I'm glad they were. I knew a little about the Navajo culture through reading the books by Tony Hillerman and it was brought to life through exploration of the hogans, presentations...More

Thank Barbara S
Reviewed 16 May 2018

There was an excellent lecture about Navajo history and culture, followed by a visit to the site. There were then performances of several traditional dances, which were both entertaining and interesting. The Hoop Dance by Tomas was a terrific, unique spectacle and worth the visit...More

1  Thank fineman2016
Reviewed 11 May 2018 via mobile

Learned about the Navajo culture. Woman demonstrated carding and spinning wool and talked about the weaving of rugs. An elder of the tribe spoke about the origins of the Dine, their customs and traditions, and told us about the hogan and the sweat lodge. Then...More

1  Thank NANCY H
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