© Maidu Museum & Historic Site
The Maidu Museum & Historic Site is museum and interpretive center dedicated to educating the public about the rich culture and history of the Maidu peoples. Located at an ancient site where Nisenan Maidu families lived for more than 3,000 years, which features rock art, petroglyphs on sandstone boulders, and hundreds of bedrock mortar holes, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum boasts an array of interpretive exhibits, multi-media presentations, displays, and educational programs and hosts a variety of unique functions and events throughout the year. The Maidu Museum Gift Shop sells a variety of books, minerals, arrowheads, Native Californians handmade jewelry, cultural artifacts, and nature-related items.
1970 Johnson Ranch Dr, Roseville, CA 95661, Phone: 916-774-5934
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