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MUSEUMS

The museums on the Navajo Nation preserve the history – “Long Walk of the Navajo People”, culture, arts of people and has a listing of resources about the Navajo. Visit the Explore Navajo Interactive Museum in Tuba City, AZ, the Ned Hatathli Museum at Diné College in Tsaile, AZ, and the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, AZ.
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PARKS

The Navajo Parks & Recreation provides oversight to the follow parks: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Four Corners Park near Teec Nos Pos, AZ, Little Colorado River Navajo Tribal Park near Cameron, AZ, Canyon de Chelly at Chinle, AZ, and Window Rock Tribal Park & the Navajo Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock, AZ.

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MONUMENTS

National Monuments on the Navajo Nation have oversight by the National Park Services: Canyon de Chelly, Glen Canyon NRA, Grand Canyon NP, Hubbell Trading Post, Navajo Nat’l Monument, Petrified Forest/Painted Desert, Sunset Crater Volcano, Walnut Canyon NM in Arizona & Aztec Ruins, Chaco NHP & El Morro NM in New Mexico.

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TRADING POSTS

Trading Posts served as banks, post offices, courthouses & social hubs that dotted remote areas of Navajoland. These trading posts preserve a heritage that gives visitors an opportunity to browse the past. About 10 trading posts remain. The Hubbell, Toadlena & Oljato Trading Posts are designated as historic sites.

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NAVAJO CASINOS

Ten years ago, the first Navajo Casino was built in Churchrock, NM – Fire Rock Casino. Three other Navajo Casinos has since been built: Flowing Water & Northern Edge Casinos in Shiprock, NM. The fourth – Twin Arrows Casino & Resort near Flagstaff, AZ. offers a luxury hotel with amenities, fine dining and a quality gaming experience.