The Antelope Valley Indian Museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Admission is $3 for adults (cash or checks only). Kids age 12 and under are free. We are a California State Park. We are not affected by the Federal government shutdown. We are open during our regular hours. View a map with directions to the museum here.
Artist Laura Fragua-Cota will visit the museum on Saturday, May 3. Details here.
Guide to the Antelope Valley Indian Museum available in the museum Gift Shop. Details here.
In 2010, the museum completed a 4-year stabilization project to protect this landmark building and its collections. More information about the stabilization project is here.
A comprehensive online catalog of the museum's collection is here and information about the American Indians of the Great Basin is here. Virtual tours of the museum are here.
The Antelope Valley Indian Museum is a unique and eclectic
folk art structure located in northeastern Los Angeles County. The museum houses objects created by the American Indian cultures of the western Great Basin,
California, and the Southwest.
Other American Indian cultural centers, museums and parks to visit in the region are here.
Take this virtual tour of Kachina Hall. More tours here.
Built in the 1920s among towering
rock formations in the Mojave desert, the museum is a unit of the
California State Department of Parks and Recreation system.
Antelope Valley Indian Museum
15701 East Avenue M (between East 150th & 170th streets)
Lancaster, California, 93535