Take An Adventure Through Time 1,000 Years Into The Past At Utah’s Anasazi State Park Museum

More than a thousand years ago, Ancestral Pueblo people lived here in southern Utah. They were farmers, and they built villages, hunted local game, and gathered nuts, berries, and native plants. Archaeologists have long studied these people and their culture, and you can get a glimpse of it at the Anasazi State Park Museum. Take a look:

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Learn more about the Anasazi State Park Museum on its website. Have you visited this intriguing place? We’d love to hear about your adventure in the comments!

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