Edge of the Cedars

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EDGE OF THE CEDARS (EOC) is a Utah State Park in Blanding, Utah and is a Pre-Columbian Pueblo Indian ruin with a partially excavated Pueblo on a 16 acre site with a re-constructed Kiva. This was an agricultural village with six living and ceremonial complexes that was inhabited from 700 AD to 1,200 AD, where a clear picture of ancient Anasazi architecture can be attained.

The EOC Museum is a repository for artifacts from the Four Corners. These are one-of-a-kind artifacts: a 950-year-old Macaw feather sash, a rare copper bell traded from Mexico, a pre-historic loom, and an ancient place setting of wooden plates and exquisitely made knives.

You can visit here in our Tour 3 package.

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