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Stop by the Farmington Museum to check out the newest atrium exhibit: Focus on Farmington! The museum has a large collection of photographs that document the history of the city and the surrounding areas. The images highlight the diversity of the region, from the people who call it home to the industries that drive the economy to the natural environment we all share. A few examples from the collection are featured in this latest historical photography exhibition.
As part of this exhibit, the museum is offering a fun and educational Focus on Farmington Photo Scavenger Hunt that will give visitors the chance to not only see some great local historic architecture around Farmington, but also be entered into a drawing to win a fabulous gift bag worth $140! Stop by the museum at 3041 E Main St to pick up a scavenger hunt card. Contest ends 5pm on March 25, 2017.
Salmon Ruins is one of the largest outlying colonies built in the Chacoan style during the 11th century. Heritage Park is comprised of reconstructed dwelling and habitation areas. Visitors can investigate replicas of a sweatlodge, hogan, tipi, and pithouse. The museum features ancient artifacts and interesting "new" exhibits.Learn More »