Our permanent collection, current and past exhibits
Throughout our 50 year history, we have had many fabulous exhibits. We take great care in carefully curating each of them to bring out their inherent beauty and significance. Please take a moment to have a quick view of a sampling of some of these exhibits past, present and permanent. We generally know what is upcoming but can only announce it on our website once we are positive that the cultural items can obtained for the purpose of an exhibit. So please check our website frequently to see what future exhibits are coming.
We showcase exhibits from around the nation.
Exhibits that you may view currently at The Museum are:
“Depression Era Scale Models of Southwest Houses, 1932”
"California Indian Acorn Baskets: Pomo and Hupa”
Our Permanent Collection
The Museum has an extensive collection of more than 2,000 Native American cultural items from all regions of the United States. In addition, the Museum is the repository for archaeological materials from multiple areas throughout Marin and Sonoma Counties.
Here is a sampling of our collection:
Pomo Dance regalia researched and recreated by Ed Willie.
Pottery of the Southwest Over Four Centuries
Coast Miwok Room
Reproduction of the Coast Miwok House and Granary (in outside courtyard)