Features displays of Native American artifacts, plus antique ranch, farm and home implements. An antique bar, complete with ornate hardwood, mirrors and brass rail, recalls lusty frontier times. 112 W. Broadway.
Guided driving and hiking tours provide visitors with magnificent views of Precambrian rock formations, centuries-old Native American campsites, petroglyphs and pictographs, an old Western movie set, native plants and wildlife, an 1880 homestead and a working talc mine.
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