Visit Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum and learn of the ancient people who lived in the Four Corners and Southeast Utah over 1000 years ago. The museum features state of the art exhibits on pre-historic and contemporary Native American culture. An authentic Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) village is located at the park. This village was inhabited by the ancestors of contemporary Puebloan peoples from AD 825 to 1125. Climb down a ladder to enter the 1,000-year-old kiva. View the largest collection of Ancestral Puebloan pottery on display in the Four Corners area. Enjoy programs for adults and children, including archaeology and art exhibitions, storytelling, craft workshops, and the annual Four Corners Indian Art Festival held the first Saturday of May. Park facilities include a very short, paved interpretive trail around the ruin, landscaping with native plants and outdoor sculptures, and a picnic area (sorry, no camping). See a video about the museum and ruin at the park's website http://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/edge-of-the-cedars/video
Latitude: 37.6313289 Longitude: -109.4896173 Elevation: 6164 ft
Hours OpenMonday - Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Time Period RepresentedA.D. 825 to 1125.
Visitor Feesfive dollars for adults, three dollars for children six through eleven years of age, children free ages five and under.
ADA Accessibility Notes
ADA accessible, elevators, paved trail around the ruin.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets not allowed in the museum. Dogs on leashes may accompany visitors on the trail. Please do not leave animals unattended in your car.