Cultural Centers & Heritage Sites

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Guide To Scottsdale's Culture & Heritage

Dive deep into Scottsdale’s rich past with our guide to Cultural Centers & Heritage Sites. From Indigenous histories to Western heritage, uncover the layers of our city’s story. Time to travel through time!

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Cultural Centers & Heritage Sites Around Scottsdale:

  • Heard Museum: Known for its award-winning exhibits on Native American art and culture, this is a must-visit for history buffs.
  • Huhugam Ki Museum: This museum on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community reservation shares the history and culture of the O’odham (Pima) and Piipaash (Maricopa) people.
  • Pueblo Grande Museum: A 1,500-year-old archaeological site left by the Hohokam culture located right in the heart of Phoenix.
  • Scottsdale Heritage Connection: Located within the Scottsdale Public Library, this center provides access to materials that document the history of Scottsdale.
  • Scottsdale Historical Museum: Housed in the Little Red Schoolhouse in Old Town Scottsdale, the museum is a look back at Scottsdale’s rural beginnings.
  • Taliesin West: Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and architecture school in the desert, now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • The Old Adobe Mission: One of the oldest standing Hispanic heritage sites in the Scottsdale area. Built by the original Mexican settlers of Scottsdale.

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