Anasazi Heritage Center

The Anasazi Heritage Center, a museum devoted to the cultures of the Four Corners region, is your portal to another time explorable in exquisite detail. Through microscopes, focus on an ancient kernal of corn on a fragment of yucca sandal. Feel the finger indentations on corrugated pottery, or carefully match tree rings to date an old wooden beam. The Center is also known for its beautiful rotating exhibits that weave different cultural threads in one vivid tapestry. You can visit two archaeological sites on the Museum grounds.

Hours of Operation:
9 am until 5 pm seven days a week from March– October. 10 am until 4 pm seven days a week from November - February.

The AHC is located three miles west of Dolores, Colorado.

Visitor Services
Gift Shop
Visitor Information
Picnic Area
ADA Accessibility

Travel Tips:
Escalante Pueblo is located a half mile walk uphill on a wheelchair accessible path from the center. The Pueblo offers panoramic views of the Four Corners Area. Call ahead to find out about scheduled site tours.

Entrance Fees:
Adults $3 from March–October; free November-February; 17 & under free. School groups free. We honor Federal Recreational Lands Passes.

27501 Highway 184
Dolores,  CO  81323