Explore Navajo Museum is an extraordinary look at Navajo people, its society, its accomplishments and its historic contributions. Entering through the east you will travel clockwise through the museum learning all about the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Code Talkers Museum is just a few steps away from the Explore Navajo Museum, the Navajo Code Talkers Museum has actual gear and tools used in battle, victory stories and exceptionally detailed photos.
The Hogan Espresso Coffee Shop serves great Firecreek Coffee, pastries, and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. Available for purchase Native jewelry, rugs, pottery, arts and crafts. Gift cards are available as well.
The Historic Tuba City Trading Post has been a part of Indian Country landscape since 1870. The Trading Post has been restored to capture much of its original character and remains a working trading post today.
As you make your way to the Historical Tuba City Trading Post we have posted some information by decade to give you the history of one of the oldest trading posts on the Navajo Nation. Tuba City Trading Post has endured so many changes over the years and been useful as a trading post, housing, convenience store, gas station and back to an original trading post. Please feel free to ask questions within the Trading Post.
Located between the Explore Navajo Museum and the Navajo Code Talkers Museum is the Navajo Way Walk; history of the Navajo People. You will learn many details about the Navajo Way of Life, their sacred relationship to the land and the journey through the four worlds.