PO Box 225
Rancocas, NJ 08073
September through June: Tuesday and Thursday by appointment.
First and third Saturday of the month, 10:00am till 3:00pm. No appointment required.
For additional information or to make a weekday reservation, please call 609-261-4747
Our American Indian
Our American Indian Heritage Museum offers a unique, multifaceted look at American Indian culture. Professional staff will take you on a guided tour of our exhibits. In addition to viewing contemporary American Indian artwork, visitors will learn about American Indian history, culture and traditions. Guided tours are geared specifically to our visitors. Knowledgeable American Indian staff provides detailed and fascinating explanations of our numerous exhibits, as well as information about American Indian history!
Our museum has a wide variety of artifacts, from tools and musical instruments, to clothing, weapons, and decorative arts. Large dioramas throughout our museum depict the village life of many tribes.
Includes works by modern American Indian artists. Our exhibits include paintings, photography, sculpture, drawings, and woodcarvings.
Located on 350 acres of pristine wooded land, we are a Burlington County gem. As part of your Museum tour, you will be guided through our outdoor re-creation of a traditional woodland village. At your leisure, we invite you to enjoy our self-guided nature trail.
Our gift shop offers an extensive line of reasonably priced merchandise. You can select from educational books, colorful blankets, stunning jewelry, handcrafted pottery, woven rugs, intricate woodcarvings, unique stationery and more.
Ours is the ONLY Indian owned and operated museum in New Jersey!
Our museum is acessible to people with disabilities.
|This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; and presented in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Protection.|