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In an effort to protect public health and the safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff as the state responds to the continued threat of COVID-19, California State Parks is temporarily closing the Antelope Valley Indian Museum at the Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park. While we are not directly affected by COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation carefully and are committed to being responsive and following California Governor’s updated policy on social gatherings to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We recognize the importance of visiting the Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park represents an opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy fresh air with family and friends and escape from our daily routines. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause your visit. We thank you for your patience, trust and continued support. We’d also like to thank our volunteers and staff for their commitment and dedication as public servants through these challenging circumstances. For the most up-to-date information, please follow our museum webpage and museum Facebook page.

When the museum reopens, visitors will be asked to comply with new rules to help Flatten the COVID-19 Curve. View the new COVID-19 rules.

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Guide to the Antelope Valley Indian Museum available in the museum Gift Shop.

View the museum's collection online. Learn about the Native Americans of the Great Basin.

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 Native American cultures of the western Great Basin, California, and the Southwest.

Find other Native American cultural centers, museums and parks to visit in the region.

Take this virtual tour of Kachina Hall. View more virtual tours of the museum.

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

For information, call the museum: 661-946-3055

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