Located in Blanding, Edge of the Cedars State Park includes an ancestral Puebloan ruin and a modern museum that is the regional archaeological repository for southeast Utah. The museum displays an excellent collection of pottery and other exceptional ancient Native American artifacts. Additional exhibits display cultural materials and information about Navajo and Utah Indians.

Self tour the ruins and the reconstructed Kiva. The "Trail of the Ancients" begins here and loops into Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.
Utah State Parks Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum
1594 W. North Temple, Suite 116
660 W 400 N
Blanding, UT 84511
stateparks.utah.gov/parks/edge-of-the-cedars
Edge of the Cedars
Entrance into the State Park.
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Artwork around the State Park.
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Overview of Part of the Museum.
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Display of Corn Cobs and Woven Basketry.
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Display of Projectile Points and Bone Tools.
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Display of Projectile Points and Netting.
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Display of Whole and Reconstructed Vessels.
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Edge of the Cedars Ruins.
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Edge of the Cedars Ruins.
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Edge of the Cedars Ruins.
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Climb Down into the Kiva.
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View of Reconstructed Kiva from Inside.
Photos by EMKotyk