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Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, Warner

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  • Went during maple weekend, which also had the museum open. Maple weekend is worth going to, but the review will be about the museum itself. It has a lot of interesting objects. To get the most out of ...  more »
  • It was a dreary day and so we decided to go and visit a lesser museum or so we thought. Well wowie there is something to be said for these little gems of small museums. So first of all no problem with...  more »
  • I have visited this incredible collection of New Hampshire native culture many times and had the pleasure of having the founder Bud Thomson give me a personal tour some years ago. The museum does not ...  more »
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  • Fantastic collection based on Bud Thompson's finds as a young man! Guided tours are available everyday from noon til 3 pm. Or you can schedule a group tour for your school, organization, or even for your out-of-town guests. Wonderful inter-tribal education. Start in the Northeast Woodlands and "travel" across the country to end in the Northwest. Don't miss their annual Powwow the second weekend in July! The Museum Store is stocked with books, toys, jewelry, herbals, local and Native crafts, and much more. A true gem "in the middle of nowhere"!!
  • A great place to go to learn more about Indian culture, but kids will go through the museum pretty quickly, so if it's a long drive, it's best to go when they have a special event going on, like maple sugaring demonstrations, Pow Wow, etc. The little forest is also only a short walk, though when we went we also climbed up the nearby hill. Coming to the Pow Wow was a wonderful experience for my daughter, who still talks about it 4 years later.
  • Fascinating place, learnt so much history.
  • I used to go every year with my school or summer camp. My grandfather also used to bring me because he was friends with the owner, and I am also native American and he wanted to immerse me in as much information about my history as he could; and this is the place to do it!! I continue to go every summer with my mother, brother and family of my own to the powwow! We never miss it! It makes me feel closer to my ancestry and would miss this place if it every went away! GO VISIT IT! :)
  • Good beautiful Monday morning. My husband and I visited Mt Kearsage Indian Museum a few weeks ago and we are so happy to have done so as it was the highway sign that attracted us. The museum is most beautiful. The native pieces are amazing and well preserved. I wish we could have stayed longer. Chi Miigwetch for taking such good care of our Native Traditions. Sincerely, Elaine Hart (M├ętis)