1235 Copper Mine Road
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This Navajo Village is an authentic re-creation of a traditional Navajo homesite that tells the living history of the Navajo people through oral story telling, music, dance, their art, and even their food preparation. Share the beauty of their harmony, relationships, industry, and creativity through the various programs they offer. They offer mini or grand tours for individuals or groups. Their season is from April through October, and during the busy times, they are usually open all day. If it is during a slow time, the tours start at 4 pm. Well behaved dogs on lead are welcome for no additional fee. Please clean up after your pet.
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