Take an immersive, eye-opening journey through time to learn about the land and its Native people. The Pequot Museum’s award-winning, interactive, multi-media environment stimulates the senses, captures the imagination, and stirs the spirit.
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NOW OPEN for the season
Join us this month to celebrate the beauty and variety of American Indian cultures – past and present. See how our history-changing research informs modern life and beliefs. Watch as a traditional dugout canoe takes shape before your eyes. Enjoy the flavors and aromas of our new menu items in the Pequot Café: made with indigenous ingredients; sourced from local and indigenous vendors.
On the Museum's farmstead, watch as Wampanoag craftsmen use fire and hand tools to transform a 36-ft log into a mishoon, or dugout canoe. This is the largest mishoon created using traditional methods in this region in hundreds of years! Stay tuned for news of the Mishoon River Launch this summer.
Artists-in-Residence: Calling Native artists
The Pequot Museum is now offering studio work space to Native artists free of charge on a first come, first serve basis. As an Artist-in-Residence, you can demonstrate your process to visitors, show your work, and help us design a retail option for selling your work. Learn more here or download a space request form.
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