The Lelooska Museum Collection

We are open on Thursdays from 11:00 – 3:00 for a free self-guided exploration of the Museum, Gathering Hall, and Grounds. We ask that groups of 10 or more please visit our reservations page to reserve a time. Due to vulnerable members of our community, masks are required of all visitors 2 and older while inside the buildings.

The Lelooska Museum holds an immense collection of artifacts from many regions: the Northwest, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and the Arctic. These items are many and varied including baskets, parfleches, corn husk bags, dolls, spoons, cradles, moccasins, tomahawks, pipes, pipe bags, dresses, a 15 foot birch bark canoe and an entire replica fur trade store fully furnished to the period. The Lelooska Foundation uses this collection to share the great diversity of our Native Peoples of North America with the students and adults who attend our living history program and visit our museum.