Anasazi State Park Museum
Anasazi State Park Museum information
The pieced-back-together jars and jugs on display are just a few of the thousands and thousands of pottery shards excavated. Today the petite museum protects the Coomb's Site, excavated in the 1950s and inhabited from AD 1130 to 1175. The minimal ruins aren't as evocative as some in southeastern Utah, but the museum is well worth seeing for the re-created six-room pueblo and excellent exhibits about the Ancestral Puebloan peoples. Inside, there's a seasonal information desk where you can talk to rangers and get backcountry road updates.