By Ron Dungan
The original center was renovated and expanded to add displays, an observatory and an audio-visual room, said Martin Begaye, program manager for the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department.
A three-dimensional display of the park is planned for the second floor of the center.
"We also have an open area where we hope to have arts and crafts demonstrations," Begaye said.
Navajo markets its beautiful scenes
By Karen Francis
There’s no doubt that there are beautiful scenes on the Navajo Nation—from the beautiful Canyon de Chelly to the iconic Monument Valley and the famous Shiprock—and now the Navajo Tourism Department has identified those roads that bypass the most scenic views on Navajo.
Sounds like the Navajo Nation is doing good things. Every tribe should do what it can to improve its outreach and attract tourists.
For more on the subject, see Monument Valley = American Icon and Navajo View Hotel Opens.