Hopi Cultural Center

Hopi Cultural Center Information

Hopi translated as 'peaceful people' are said to have lived in this region of the Southwestern United States since time immemorial. Today, among the 12 independent villages of Hopi, exist some of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements on the North American continent dating back to 1100 A.D.  

The Hopi are considered to be the oldest Tribe of the Four Corners region and have a current total population of 14,580. The Hopi Reservation is located in Northern Arizona, in which the Hopi land encompasses approximately 1.5 million acres with an elevation of 7,200 feet, offering panoramic views of the surrounding low-altitude desert.

The Hopi Cultural Center is off AZ Hwy 264, between First Mesa and Third Mesa. The Hopi Cultural Center has everything you need to experience the history and culture of the Hopi people.


The Hopi Cultural Center Motel is open 363 days a year and features 33 spacious rooms and one master suite. Single double bed or two double beds available for booking. All rooms have a mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, basic cable TV, telephone for local calls and private bathroom.


The Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant is open for breakfast Monday - Saturday, 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM (Closed on Sunday). Lunch and dinner are from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Enjoy a selection of American and several traditional Hopi foods.

Tu'hisveh Gift Shop

The Tu’hisveh gift shop (Place of Art) features artwork and handcrafts from several Hopi artists, including a wide array of handmade Hopi jewelry, Kachina dolls, paintings, pottery and much more! Open Sunday, Monday & Thursday - Saturday, 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM (AZ Time).

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