The Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, Arizona, was established in 1928, and this interesting museum, surrounded by spectacular nature trails, is set on a 200 acre campus
that is home to a bookstore, museum shop, numerous public programs and an historic exhibit building that features nine galleries. Art collections at our museum feature millions
of Native American artifacts, natural science specimens and many fine art pieces. The Museum of Northern Arizona is committed to protecting and preserving the cultural and
natural heritage of northern Arizona, and also offers workshops, educational program, exhibits, puppet shows conducted by curriculum guides.