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Museum of Native American History (MONAH)
Curatorial, Fashion, Fiber / Textile, Multi-discipline, Public Art / Murals, Visual
Describe you and your work

At the Museum of Native American History, we celebrate the artistry of the First Peoples in a 24,000-year story. This museum features over 10,000 of the finest Indigenous art and artifacts from across the Americas.

Alongside the gallery spaces, visitors can enjoy modern Indigenous artisans' work featured in the gift shop, from jewelry and pottery to sandpaintings and art prints. Each piece, whether an artifact in the galleries or a ring in the gift shop, adds to the rich story of our mission.

Kids can also come and have fun in some of our interactive exhibit spaces or go on an arrowhead hunt in the rocks outside MONAH! The museum is open from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday, admission is free.

Tour organizers and educators are also encouraged to bring their groups! Tour groups can enjoy the museum before opening hours. Call MONAH at 479-273-2456 or email to schedule.