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You can explore treasures of the Antelope Valley Indian Museum here. Note: The State Park collections are listed alphbetically, so you will need to scroll down the page to see the Antelope Valley Indian Museum collections.

To search the entire State Parks collection, simply enter a keyword or words, for example, "Navajo," "basket," or "Barrel Springs," in the Quick Search box.

The Antelope Valley Indian Museum houses more than 7,500 Native American artifacts and artworks. To see the Antelope Valley Indian Museum collection, use the Advanced Search. Select either "Advanced Search for Archaeology" or "Advanced Search for Other Collections." Then select "Park Unit" is "Antelope Valley Indian Museum SHP."

To search for a specific type of object using the Advanced Search, on the second line select "Object Name." For a list of all the object names used for the museum's collections, click here.

To search for a range of object numbers using the Advanced Search, on the second line select "Object Number" "begins with" and select a number. The museum's object numbers start with the following numbers: "082-309," "498," or "88-265."

If you need assistance with a collection search, please phone the museum at (661) 946-3055, and a staff member will be glad to help you.

By using this website, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the Museum Collections Conditions of Use, which California State Parks may change at any time. If you do not agree, please do not use this site.

Artifacts have been identified as accurately as possible. However, because many of these objects are made of materials that are not easy to date or were purchased without information regarding their cultural or archaeological context, an object's age or culture group may be subject to several interpretations.

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