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Hoo-Hoogam Ki Museum

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The Hoo-Hoogam Ki Museum features the cultural heritage of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community from the ancient Hohokam to the present, with exhibits on Pima basketry, Maricopa pottery, traditional dress, and veterans. The museum is located in a traditional "sandwich" style building made of adobe and desert plants. The museum features a gift shop and a kitchen.

No admission is charged and the museum is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 until 4:30.

Location: 10005 East Osborn Rd, Scottsdale Arizona 85256 Telephone 480-850-8190

Other History nearby:
(Glendale) American Museum of Nursing
(New River) Archaeological Adventures of Arizona
(Chandler) Arizona Railway Museum
(Phoenix) Arizona State Capitol Museum
(Mesa) Arizona Temple Visitors' Center
(Coolidge) Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

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