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The Museum of the American Indian
Located in Marin County and situated on a site of an actual Miwok Village, the Museum is dedicated to providing the people of Northern California with programs and exhibits that deepen understanding and appreciation of Native American cultures.
The Museum gallery is home to a permanent collection of exhibits, as well as displaying new and rotating exhibits of Native American cultures.
We provide core programming classes that explore the history and culture of Native Americans in California and other regions in Marin and beyond.
A gathering place year-round, the Museum and surrounding park are areas for lectures, poetry readings, workshops, and hands-on activities.
Our members, volunteers and docents participate in special exhibits, cultural programs, lecture series, camps and school field trips.
What people are saying…
a wonderful space to be soothed as an adult. And children love the museum. It is a very special area with a small creek running through it.…
Amazing tours and crafts for children. A beautiful way to teach reverence, respect for nature, and a spiritually alive and grounded culture.
Let us give rise to education about the history of the Native American People and their beautiful way of life.
Readers' Choice Award Honor Winner
Honor Winner, Best Museum
Honor Winner, Best Historic Attraction
Honor Winner, Best Park, Miwok Park
Thank you Partners & Sponsors!
MAI wishes to thank the many friends, sponsors and professionals that have greatly contributed to our success, foremost all the Native American artists, past and present.
Support has been provided for this program by the Marin Community Foundation.
Support has been provided for this program by the San Francisco Foundation.
Projects were made possible in part by a grant from The Creative Work Fund, a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund that also is supported by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Funding has been provided by California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020.