The Museum of Northern Arizona’s Heritage Festival on July 2 & 3 showcases the diverse Indigenous cultures of the Colorado Plateau region through an artist market, performances, demonstrations, lectures, and more!
More than a market, the Heritage Festival is an unparalleled opportunity to experience the diverse Indigenous cultures of the Colorado Plateau region, which has been inhabited for thousands of years. Begun in 1930 as the Hopi Craftsmen Show, the Heritage Festival has gone through many changes over the years. For 2022 the Heritage Festival returns bigger and better than ever, making room to include the Acoma, Apache, Diné (Navajo), Havasupai, Hualapai, Pai, Ute, Yavapai, and Zuni. In one weekend visitors can taste Hopi Piki bread, play Zuni games, enjoy traditional dances and music, and gain insights during talks by cultural experts.
The 2022 will spread across the beautiful museum campus in view of the sacred San Francisco Peaks. With an expanded artist market and mainstage performances under tents outdoors, there will be plenty of space and fresh air.
Purchasing tickets online in advance is not required but will speed up your entry into the Heritage Festival.
General Admission $25.00
Native American (10 & up) $10.00
MNA Adult Member (2 Tickets Only) $15.00
MNA Youth Member - (17 & Under) $15.00
Child (9 & Under) $0.00
Youth (10-17) $25.00