This Hopi-style edifice, designed by Mary Colter in 1904, was built from adobe brick and contains a small gift shop showcasing native arts & crafts. A new expereince for all tourists.
Hopi House, modeled after the 10,000-year-old pueblo dwellings of the Hopi village in Old Oraibi, was designed by architect Mary Colter in 1904 and built in 1905. Colter insisted on adhering faithfully to the design of traditional Hopi housing, with special detail paid to the interior decor and materials used in its construction.
The building currently serves as a museum and houses a small gift shop with handcrafted American Indian arts and crafts.