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The Gila Indian Center is Native American owned and features authentic crafts. The Center represents over 20 different tribes. The Gila Indian Center is a free historical museum located on the three-acre Heritage Park. There is also a cafe that features Indian fry bread. No fees are charged and the Center is open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. daily.

The Center also offers pottery, basketry, jewelry and paintings. The Cener is located along Interstate 10, south of Phoenix at the Casa Blanca Interchange.

Location: PO Box 457, I-10 Exit 175, Sacaton Arizona 85247 Telephone 520-963-3981

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

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