Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum

Warner, NH

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Address: 18 Highlawn Rd, Warner, NH 03278, USA Number: 603 456 2600 Website Contact How do we get there?

What is there to do?

Kids will enjoy an invaluable learning experience at the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum, a museum in Warner dedicated to connecting people of today with 20,000 years of ongoing Native American cultural expression.

Set on 12 1/2 acres, the museum adds new artifacts annually to ensure there is something new and interesting for you to see on those return visits.

This Indian Museum that pays tribute to Native Americans across North America, and not only embraces cultural diversity but also encourages responsible environmental action based on respect for nature.

Kids, did you know that Native Americans revered and ulitized nature as their source of those raw materials that helps sustain and enhance life?

Yep - they didn't need to pop down to a pharmacy - the answers were all around them, and the Medicine Woods on the museum grounds offer an opportunity for all who visit to learn about the natural environment, and how Native Americans historically used plants for dye, food, medicine, shelter and even tools.

Make a stop at the Arboretum area too!

Through exhibitions and programs, the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum seeks to challenge and inspire all of us to improve the quality of our lives and our world!

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How much does it cost?






$7 (Ages 6 to 12)



Seniors & Students $8


Free Under

6 years


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Don't miss grabbing a guide before you enter Medicine Woods

Any top tips?


During school year it is best to come after noon as school groups tour in the morning. During bug season bring repellant.

I'm Hungry!


Drinks and snacks are available in the gift shop. They also have a picnic area for your use (inside and outside).

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Where is it at?


Exit 8 or 9 off Interstate 89. One mile north on Kearsarge Mountain Road from Center of Warner.

Can I get one of those?


Items starting at $1.00 and up in the Dreamcatcher Giftshop!

Need a little extra help?


All exhibits, restrooms, Dreamcatchers Museum Store and galleries are ADA accessible. Service animals are permitted. Handicapped parking is available near the museum entrance. Wheelchairs can be provided if needed.

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Baby Facilities

There is a private room available for nursing mothers.

When can we go?

May to October: 10am - 5pm Monday to Saturday, 12pm - 5pm Sunday (12pm - 5pm weekends in Nov)

Open daily in May - October, and weekends in November

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