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The Hoopa Museum is a non-profit organization of the Hupa Tribe created to preserve and to share the culture and history of northern California. The museum displays collections of Hupa, Yurok, and Karuk tribe artifacts.

The museum is located in the Hoopa Valley Reservation and offers an opportunity to learn about the culture of one of California's first people. The museum offers guided tours of the museum and of the valley itself to local historical sites. The museum displays jewelry, baskets, tools, hats and ceremonial clothing used in Hoopa tribal events.

Admission is by donation. The museum is open Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Location: Highway 96, Hoopa California Telephone 530-625-4110

Other History nearby:
(Eureka) Clarke Memorial Museum
(Hoopa) Hoopa Tribal Museum
(Samoa) Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum
(Arcata) Jacoby's Storehouse
(Orleans) Orleans Mining Company Museum
(Trinidad) Sea Around Us

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