Street Address
147 North Arizona Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86301
Mailing Address
P O Box 10224
Prescott, AZ 86304
phone: 928-445-1230

Monday - Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Sunday1 PM - 4 PM
Closed Jan. 1 to 14th, 2011 for Annual Cleaning and Repair
Gift Shop
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
Cynthia A Gresser, Executive Director
Kevin Turner, Facilities Manager


The Smoki Museum, constructed in 1935 with WPA and CCC funds was built to resemble a Hopi Pueblo structure. Our 5,000 square foot gallery houses a collection of artifacts, baskets, pottery and lithics from many Southwestern tribes. We also feature the largest collection of Kate Cory paintings in the USA.

Special Exhibitions - Yes
Special exhibits feature items from our collection, as well as Indian artists from the Southwest. Occasionally exhibits feature private collections as well.
Special Exhibitions Travel - Yes

Docent Tours available upon request. Meeting Room available for rental.

Artifacts Collections

Pottery, lithics, baskets, Kate Cory paintings, building on the National Register of Historic Places, special exhibits. Focus on Soutwest Indian Tribes.

Research Collections

Library - focused on Southwest Indian art and culture.
Oral histories of Prescott's Smoki People.
Archives of Prescott's Smoki People.

Educational Programs

Workshops on Indian arts and crafts. Once per year (May) Southwest indain Art Festival (Dancing, songs, vending artists, etc.) Two major auctions per year - Navajo Rugs (March) and Navajo Rugs and Indian Art (July).



Lecture Halls

Performance Areas


Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members

Appointment required: Yes


"Talking Sun" newsletter, published quarterly.


Gift Shop

Special Event Rental

Group Tours