Monday - Friday: 10am-4pm
Saturdays 10am-2pm thru Aug. 31st
Tuesday’s the museum will stay open until 6pm to coincide with Indian Bowl Powwow unless it is raining and the powwow is canceled.
Closed July 4th & 12th
Closed August 12 & 13th
Closed August 19-21st
Seniors (over 65): $3.00
Children (6-17): $3.00
Children (5 and under): Free
Tours are offered with advanced notice for groups of 5 or more.
Exhibitions & Displays
The George W. Brown, Jr. Ojibwe Museum & Cultural Center offers top-notch exhibits dovetailing the old ways and the new ways into a holistic picture of Ojibwe life and history. The museum displays many rare artifacts while at the same time represents the present day in multi-media displays. An informational video shows the harvesting of wild rice, fish, and wild game and other traditions that the Ojibwe still practice.
View a 24-foot dugout canoe. Marvel at birch bark canoes. Tour a French fur trading post. Eyeball Ojibwe arts and crafts. Check out traditional clothing. See a world record sturgeon. Watch an informational video and find out how wild rice is harvested. Learn about traditions old and new. Discover the rich history of the Ojibwe.