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The Old Trails Museum has reopened!

We are open by reservation Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm. We welcome you back with new policies designed to protect your health and safety (more on our planning process here). We hope that your visit to the museum, and learning about Winslow’s rich history, will outweigh any inconvenience of these policies. (Above: Part of the museum’s Indian Arts display)

For Your Visit

Call 928-289-5861 anytime to make a reservation for a 45-minute visit. If your call is not during open hours, leave a message and we’ll call you back soon to schedule. Visitors will be asked to please:

  • Wear a face mask during your visit (provided if needed).
  • Sanitize your hands and allow us to take a touchless temperature.
  • Stay at least six feet apart from other groups of visitors.
  • Visit us another time if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.

For Your Safety

  • Staff will take all the same precautions as our visitors.
  • Staff has installed safety measures inside the museum.
  • Staff will sanitize the museum before each shift.

Housed in the 1921 First National Bank Building, the Old Trails Museum has retained the original marble-faced counters, mosaic tile floor, and vault, which provide a historic backdrop for its exhibits and collections. Photography is welcome, and the museum’s exhibits are wheelchair accessible.

Admission & Hours

Admission: Free (donations accepted)

Open Hours: Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm

Closed: Sundays & Mondays, plus July 4th, Car Show Saturday (the first Saturday in October), Christmas Parade Saturday (prior to Thanksgiving), Thanksgiving Thursday through Saturday, and Christmas Day through News Years Day

Research appointments are welcome with advance notice.

OTM Store

Visitors enjoy the OTM Store, which specializes in regional Navajo and Hopi arts and crafts, local and regional history books, and our annual historical calendar featuring images of Winslow’s history.

Directions & Parking

The Old Trails Museum is located at 212 North Kinsley Avenue in between 2nd and 3rd Streets. We are in the heart of Winslow’s historic district and across from the Standin’ on the Corner Park, and there is plenty of free parking in the area.