As San Diego County’s first museum on an Indian reservation dedicated to the perpetuation and presentation of the local Kumeyaay-Diegueño Native culture, the Barona Museum offers a unique educational journey for visitors of all ages. The Museum’s collection represents thousands of years of history—some objects dating as far back as 10,000 years—and it demonstrates the artistry and skill of the hemisphere’s first inhabitants. ENTRANCE IS FREE!
The Museum offers a series of classes called Ancient Voices Speak. Due to the popularity of these classes, they fill up quickly. To guarantee your spot in the class, you must call the Museum and pre-pay for the class. Barona Tribal Members receive free registration (see exception below), but must RSVP ahead of time. All classes are open to the public and lunch is included for all classes.
To learn more about this amazing resource on the people who lived along Rose Creek for thousands of years, visit the Museum website.