The Heard Museum doesn't just showcase works of art depicting Native American peoples; it also collaborates with contemporary Native American artists. In this way, the museum is able to present a first-person narrative of the stories of Native American people, not only locally in Arizona but also across the country.
You can follow the tale of Native American tribes as you explore this museum, which was opened back in 1929 by collectors Dwight and Maie Heard. From depictions of local tribes in paintings to displays of authentic pieces of pottery and textiles, there's tons to see at the Heard Museum. In addition to the permanent collection, the museum also hosts rotating exhibits, so you'll find something new each time you stop by.