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Indigenous Heritage Museums

 

American Indian Art & Gift Shop
233 F St., Eureka, 95501
445-8451
NCIDC.org
Art and gift items by national Native
American artists.

Clarke Historical Museum
3rd and E Sts., Eureka 95501
443-1947
ClarkeMuseum.org
Permanent and rotating exhibits of Humboldt County History, period rooms and American Indian basketry and regalia.

End of the Trail Museum at 
Trees of Mystery
15500 Hwy 101 N., Klamath 95548
800-638-3389
TreesOfMystery.net
Largest privately owned collection of Native American art and artifacts, as well as rare Edward Curtis orotone photographs.

Hoopa Tribal Museum
Hwy 96 at Hoopa Shopping Center, Hoopa 95546
530-625-4110
on Facebook
Demonstrates the culture and history of the native people of the area, including Hupa, Yurok and Karuk. Native artifacts, as well as a village and fort (by advance appointment). Ceremonial celebrations throughout the summer.

Potawot Health Village
1600 Weott Way, Arcata, 95521
825-5000
UIHS.org/locations/potawot-health-village-arcata
Owned and operated by the United Indian Health Services, this healing center includes healthcare services for Native Americans, a permanent collection of paintings, sculpture and basketry made by contemporary and traditional American Indian artists, two-miles of walking trails and a wellness garden on its 40-acre site.

Sumeg Village Heritage Attraction
Patrick’s Point State Park
4150 Patrick’s Point Dr., Trinidad 95570
677-3570
www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417
Features recreated Yurok village with plank homes 
set in the ground.