Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
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Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian information
Mary Cabot established this museum in 1937 to showcase Navajo ceremonial art, and its major strength continues to be exquisite Navajo textiles, displayed under dim lighting to protect the natural dyes. Recent expansion work has added extra space for contemporary Native American art and historical artifacts. The gift store, known as the Case Trading Post, sells museum-quality rugs, vintage jewelry, kachinas and crafts.