This category lists museums in California about Native Americans.
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Agua Caliente Cultural Museum
A non-profit tribal museum representing the history and culture of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other Cahuilla peoples. Located in Palm Springs, California.
Antelope Valley Indian Museum
A state park facility which preserves artifacts from Southwestern, California and Great Basin cultures is located in Lancaster, California.
Barona Cultural Center and Museum
Preserves the native cultures in San Diego County with a collection dating back thousands of years. Has exhibits, workshops and speakers and is located in Lakeside, California.
California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
Tells the story of California Indians and seeks to educate the public. Located in Santa Rosa, California.
Chumash Indian Museum
A museum in Thousand Oaks, California dedicated to the Chumash People native to southern California, it offers nature hikes, exhibits, events and educational programs.
Grace Hudson Museum
Located in Ukiah California it offers events and exhibits on California tribes and features a collection of Pomo basketry.
Located on the Morongo Indian reservation in Banning, California, with information about its annual fiesta, book press, and planned exhibits and research center.
Marin Museum of the American Indian
Located on an ancient village site in Novato, California it’s devoted to the Pomo and Miwok.
State Indian Museum
Located in Sacramento it offers displays,exhibits and artifacts that illustrate California Indian life, spirit, family and culture.
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