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Hopi Cultural Center

Museum, Restaurant & Motel






The Hopi Reservation, in Northeastern Arizona, occupies parts of Navajo and Coconino Counties. It encompasses approximately 1,542,306 acres of which 911,000 acres is identified as the Hopi Partitioned Lands. Neighboring towns include Flagstaff, Winslow, and Holbrook. The Reservation consists of three major mesas rising up to 7,200 feet, surrounded by low altitude deserts and gullies. The land is most suitable for grazing with potential for agricultural development.

Scenic Attractions


[Kachina Doll] The Hopi are religious people, practicing their religion with different ceremonies throughout the year. Villages are open to visitors daily. Ten of 12 villages have closed their Kachina dances to all non­Indian public, however most social dances remain open. Snake dances and Flute ceremonies are closed. Photography is prohibited throughout the reservation, especially within the villages.
[Earings] Other attractions include fine Hopi overlay jewelry available directly from local silversmiths, Hopi Guild Co-op, Hopi Crafts, Honani Gallery, Shalake's Gallery, Dawa's Honani Crafts, and Monongya Gallery.




HOPI CULTURAL CENTER

P.O. Box 67
Second Mesa, Arizona 86043
Phone: (928) 734-2401


[Phoenix Services deeply appreciates the cooperation of:

They have allowed us to borrow the examples of Hopi art which appear on this page.  Clicking on any of the images displayed above will connect you to their respective home pages.]


Other Links:
Dancing Horses, Features authentic hand-crafted American Indian collectibles.
The Karren Amaro Studio, Limited edition western art prints by Karren Amaro.
Hopi Market, Hopi Indian Artisans
Hopi Restoration, Bridgeing Anglo-Hopi relationships
Aboriginals: Art of the First Person ,
An on-line gallery of fine tribal art from West and Central Africa, Aboriginal Australia, and Native America
amerika-indianer-kunsthandwerk1 U.S. and Canadian Native American Art
native american traders - "Offering. . . the very best in Native American art"
Ron Honyouti - Native American Hopi Katsina Doll Carver


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Last updated on 02 January 2014
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