Over the past 50 years, the Museum of the American Indian (MAI) has been fortunate to host a fabulous selection of exhibits that uplift Native American culture and offer the community an opportunity to learn about more Indigenous Peoples of the Americas. We exhibit historical pieces to learn from the past and honor ancestral knowledge. We also show contemporary Native American arts to celebrate current Indigenous voices. Please take a moment to click on the links below to see a sampling of the some of these exhibits and take a moment to sign up for our newsletter to keep current on our upcoming exhibits and events.
We are closed at this time for the installation of new exhibits.
Opening date for new exhibits to be announced.
Our Permanent Collection
The Museum has an extensive collection of more than 2,000 cultural arts and items from Indigenous Peoples of the Americas. Here is a sampling of our collection:
Pomo dance regalia researched and recreated by Redbird Edward Willie.
Reproduction of the Coast Miwok House and Granary (located outside the museum).