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The Anasazi State Park Museum in southern Utah displays archeological finds from an Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) village that dates from A.D. 1050 to 1200. One of the largest communities west of the Colorado River and located near the presumed border of the Ancestral Puebloan and Fremont cultures, the Coombs Village Site reflects a fascinating blend of traits from the two cultures. This intriguing fusion is evident not only in the recovered artifacts but also in the architecture found at the site. The presence of elements from various branches of the Ancestral Puebloan suggests a flourishing and expansive trade network during ancient times. Visitors can explore a life-sized, six-room replica of an ancient dwelling.

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    37°54'39.12"N, 111°25'25.75"W

    Anasazi State Park Museum

    • Utah

    Coombs Village Ancient Pueblo Site


    Native Memory Project

    • Native-American history

    • Archaeology