State Indian Museum

Located in a midtown park adjacent to John Sutter’s Fort, the State Indian Museum tells the story of California’s first inhabitants– beginning here before the Spanish, explorers, and settlers arrived, and eons before the advent of the Gold Rush. Stop in to see and hear about the people who shared and maintained the natural environment for centuries, and learn about their understanding and use of California’s natural resources. View some of the most amazing Indian cultural items of the 19th century, and learn about the people today—where they live, and how they make California their home in the 21st century.

Daily

10 am—5 pm

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Adults (18 years and older) $5
Youth (ages 6 to 17) $3
Children (5 and under) Free

2618 K STREET, MIDTOWN SACRAMENTO, CA

916.324.0971