Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum


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Museum covers 20,000 years of Native American culture and history with region-specific galleries, workshops, and medicinal plants

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  • $16 for admission for four (up to a $34 value)
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Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

In 1929, Pequot Grand Chief Sachem Silverstar visited a New Hampshire second-grade classroom and changed Charles Thompson's life forever. What Chief Silverstar said was simple yet powerful: everyone has the power to make the world a better place. Little Charles sat with this idea until the following summer, when he visited his grandfather's Connecticut farm and unearthed an arrowhead. In that moment, he committed his life to studying the culture and history of indigenous Americans.

Today, the museum introduces visitors to the full scope of Native American cultural expression and influence—spanning more than 20,000 years. The Northeastern Woodlands gallery showcases local artifacts, from birch-bark containers to moose-hair embroidery, whereas the Southwest gallery displays Pueblo pottery and Navajo textiles.

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jackieh8 8 days ago
"Excellent...out of the way...but excellent"
If you are interested in American Indian history this is a great museum. Its small but very well done. Don't skip the video presentations.
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Gerri P June 20, 2017
"Excellent Museum"
Best Indian Museum we have seen in a long time. Tucked away in a small town but so worth the trip to check it out. They are very friendly people that work there and have so many great Indian exhibits. It is a must see for anyone interested in native American culture.
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Bob7514 June 10, 2017
"Good exhibits. Staff great at explaining."
Went during maple weekend, which also had the museum open. Maple weekend is worth going to, but the review will be about the museum itself. It has a lot of interesting objects. To get the most out of your visit, ask questions of the staff. They are very good at explaining what you are look... Read More

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