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In addition to an informative exhibit about the Community, art- work by residents is showcased. Called a "museum without walls," the collection and even archaeological excavations have been created by community members.
The Him-Dak EcoMuseum was established to collect, analyze, preserve, protect, promote and teach various aspects of the Ak-Chin heritage, culture and communication between generations.
Tribal crafts, exhibits and photographs of the Ak-Chin people are displayed.
The Museum is distinguished from a traditional museum, in that land and territory replace the museum building, and the residents of the area take on the role of curator and public.
This museum acts as an exhibit and storage area that reflects both prehistoric and local itms from framilies tht are housed here.
Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Ak-Chin Him-Dak Museum
47685 N. EcoMuseum Road
Maricopa, AZ 85239
Phone: (520) 568-9487
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