EXPERIENCENATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL HERITAGE
Our Northeastern Woodlands Room showcases the cultural heritage of the Delaware/Lenape Indians and other Northeastern Woodlands tribes. The exhibits include artifacts, cultural items, agricultural tools, trade goods, and interactive hands-on activities like fire-starting kits, pump drills, and atlatls (spear-throwers).
Our Inter-Tribal Room displays a variety of American Indian artistry from throughout the western hemisphere, including beadwork, dolls, basketry, pottery, dance regalia and more from the Southwest, Alaska, Central and South America, and the Midwest.
The Museum offers a variety of on-site and off-site educational programs for public and private schools, homeschoolers, colleges, youth groups, social groups, businesses, and libraries. Programs are available for all age groups and ability levels, and they are a great way to introduce children and community groups to Native American cultures. A pilot Discovery Box program will soon be available for homeschool families and elementary and middle school groups.
The Great Native American Toolkit
Kachinas: Spirit Dolls of the Hopi
Membership has its advantages
Free admission to festivals
Free admission to the museum
10% discount on gift shop purchases
Founded in 1980, the Museum of Indian Culture is a unique member-supported, all-volunteer non-profit resource center for people of all ages to learn about Native American cultures both in the northeast and throughout the western hemisphere. For over 38 years, the Museum has offered educational activities for families in the Greater Lehigh Valley and beyond. Our festivals, educational programs, and exhibits set the standard for Native American education in eastern Pennsylvania.
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