Navajo Village Heritage Center

Grand Canyon Region

The Grand Tour at this Navajo center offers a look at Navajo dwellings, a rug-weaving presentation and traditional Navajo storytelling, dancing and singing. See the website for tour schedules. If the minimum of 10 guests are not booked, tours may be canceled. It's located on the corner of Hwy 98 and Coppermine Rd, in southeastern Page.

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