The museum displayed some daily necessities used by Indians, and some staff members introduced how to use them. The museum also has a pottery experience area, a film and television area, and a souvenir shopping area. The open space behind the museum is the ruins. The fare is six dollars for adults.
This museum is not your usual boring bunch of exhibits. Museum goers are able to walk around outside and get a good idea of what life was like at Pueblo Grande long ago.
In this museum, you can see that the Indians first built caves and cellars in some buildings.
There are a lot of historical sites in the local desert, telling the history and indigenous culture of this land!