EXHIBIT MAP

1) Historic Era Pottery 

2) Pottery Found in the Prescott Area 

3) Pottery from Distant Settlements 

4) Pottery from Distant Settlements (part 2)

5) Pottery from Distant Settlements (part 3)

6) Bone, Wood and Clay Artifacts 

7) Footwear, Hair Care, and Clothing Materials

8) Lithics: Objects and Tools Made of Stone

9) Lithics (part 2) 

10) Sheeps-head Effigies

11) Fine Jewelry and Adornments

12) Midwest Lithics and Jewelry

13) Katsina Carvings

14) Micro-archaeology 

15) Kate T. Cory Gallery 

16) Rotating Exhibit Case: On the Gleaming Way 

17) Kate Cory Exhibit (Continued) 

18) Petroglyphs

19) The Fireplace 

20) Hopi and Papago Baskets 

21) Apache Culture 

22) Hands-on Exhibit 

23) Prescott Culture Diorama

24) Pima, Paiute, Hualapai and California Basket 

25) Yavapai Baskets and Basketry Arts

26) Gateway to the Trading Post 

Visit

147 N Arizona Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301

Call

T: 928-445-1230

F: 928-777-0573

Hours:

Sunday
1:00PM - 4:00PM

Monday - Saturday
10:00AM - 4:00PM

ADMISSION PRICES

Natives, Smoki Museum Members, and children under 12 years of age are FREE.

Students with ID are $5.  Adults are $7.   |   Seniors (55 +) are $6.

The handicap parking area and the handicap entrance are at the back of the building.  Parking map click here.