THE FORT MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION
CULTURAL CENTER / MUSEUM

The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Cultural Center and Museum opened its doors on November 1, 2012.
The Cultural Center houses the Nation’s historical and traditional artifacts and documents. Visit the Cultural Center and learn how the Nation
survived through the changing times. The Center offers guided tours or you can walk through at your leisure.

Admission is free.

Feature
Attractions

The feature attraction is the Yavapai basket exhibit. The baskets are original, intricate one-of-a-kind works of art made by Yavapai women. Most baskets in the collection are from the weavers who lived in the community.

 

The Cultural Center’s other exhibits include:

WWar Instruments
WPottery
WTraditional Clothing
WTraditional Land Base
WCamp McDowell
WOrme Dam Victory
WSkeleton Cave Massacre
WYavapai Trail of Tears March
WFMYN Tribal Recognition Day

The Cultural Center highlights other sovereignty issues in which the Fort McDowell Tribe took the lead. The Tribe was instrumental in positively shaping how federal and state governments now work with American Indians nationwide.

VISIT THE FORT
MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION CULTURAL/MUSEUM CENTER

If you have any questions about the Cultural Center/Museum or wish to schedule a tour, contact Clissene Lewis at 480-789-7191, Email: clewis@fmyn.org

Address

16304 N. Fort McDowell Road,
Fort McDowell, AZ

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Thursday: 9:00AM to 4:30PM

Clissene Lewis

Contact Number: 480-789-7190
E-Mail: clewis@fmyn.org