Amerind Museum

Address
2100 N. Amerind Road
Dragoon, AZ 85609
Main
520-586-3666
Website
Official Website
Type
Museum
Season
Year Round, closed on major holidays

Located in Texas Canyon near Cochise Stronghold is the Amerind Museum. William Shirley Fulton established this unique museum and art gallery in 1937 as a private, nonprofit anthropological and archaeological research center for Native American cultures. Allow 2-3 hours for your visit. Picnic facilities are available. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays; Closed Mondays and major holidays.

Type
Museum
Season
Year Round, closed on major holidays
Hours
10am to 4pm Tuesdays - Sundays; Closed Mondays and major holidays.
Price/Fee
$7-$10
Price/Fee
$7-$10

Adults: $10.00
Seniors (62 and up): $9.00
College Student (with ID): $8.00
Youth 10-17: $7.00
Children under 10: Free

Group Rate: Available for tours and groups of 8 or more, if pre-registered. $8.00/person

Additional Details

The Amerind Museum is housed in a historic building, constructed in stages beginning in the 1930s. Modifications to allow wheelchair access are difficult and expensive, but we are making progress! We recently added a new front entrance ramp, and will be making more areas of the museum and art gallery accessible in the near future. We will do as much as we can to accommodate the needs of museum visitors with physical disabilities; please check with a museum staff member for assistance.

We have a wheelchair accessible rest room in our picnic area, and are working to update restroom facilities in the museum.

Customizable Directions

Basic Directions

I-10 to Dragoon Road; Exit 318; approximately 1 mile to parking area.

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