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Anasazi Indian Village State Park

Boulder, UT
+1 435-335-7308
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A Utah State Treasure

This up-to-date museum has informative exhibits, a large outdoor archaeological "dig" exhibit... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Robert R
A bit of Utah history

easy to access, good gift store. Easy to tour and see.. This site shows how Anasazi Indians... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
laura c
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Park has a self-guided trail through a village that was inhabited a thousand years ago.
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Boulder, UT
+1 435-335-7308
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This up-to-date museum has informative exhibits, a large outdoor archaeological "dig" exhibit, excellent book selection, and (according to my wife) superb Southwestern jewelry at reasonable prices. There is even a food truck outside. My wife and I have been there twice over the past decade,...More

Thank Robert R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

easy to access, good gift store. Easy to tour and see.. This site shows how Anasazi Indians lived--reconstructed dwellings.

Thank laura c
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stopped by in Boulder, Utah for a lunch break and were surprised to find a small museum in this rather small town.It was 6th June and was very hot outside and the air conditioning at the museum was very welcoming. The museum had details...More

Thank Combit
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very insight visit as one enters the land of amazing builder & farmers of the ancient land and the first peoples!

Thank Laurie H
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

When we are fishing in the area I usually stop in. Impressive small museum. It's obviously not Chaco but for a small state museum it does a great job. Informative displays, spotlessly clean, easy parking and a very friendly helpful staff.

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Small State Park with gift shop and museum displays. A partially excavated Puebloan Community can be visited out back for a minimal fee. Good educational and shady rest stop with clean restrooms.

Thank TwoPaw
Reviewed 4 August 2017

We were on our way from Byce NP to Capitol Reef NP and made a short visit at this state park. Well it was a good restroom stop, great AC, cold water fountain water, excellent wifi and a few (very few) interesting exhibits - indoors...More

1  Thank EMK260
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Had a little time to spare, stopped by and were pleased with the items on display as well as the explanations of the Anasazi life. A reconstructed hole dwelling, very nice. One of the most beautiful collections of Native jewelry you will find in such...More

Thank terryLCO
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Having just come from Chaco Canyon, we are a bit biased. The museum itself offers some valuable information, but the ancestral Pueblo ruins are rather unremarkable. There is a 25 minute video which we didn't watch, so I can't comment on that. Staff friendly but...More

1  Thank Chris L
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Most exhibits are easily understood by children of reading age. This would be a good place to begin a child's education about the native people of the SW. There is an outdoor component that has a replica dwelling as well as ruins.

Thank Clint L
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Response from Richard P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it would easily fit in the car park. I seem to recall a couple of RVs there at the time we visited. Richard