Maidu Museum reopens (again)

Updated March 16, 2021
Maidu Museum has reopened the indoor art and exhibits gallery. You can now visit inside the Maidu Museum from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (last entry at 1:30pm).

A visit to the museum offers you a chance to view Native crafts, learn about local history, explore the exhibits, and better understand the history/contemporary issues of the Maidu tribes.

The Historic Site trail is also open during the same times for free visits. Plus you have access to the friendly museum staff to help answers questions at both the trail and inside the museum.

Things to know before you visit INSIDE THE MUSEUM:
  • Admission is required at entry to visit the museum. No cash transactions, credit card payments are preferred. $5 adults, $4 students/seniors, children 5 years and under free.
  • Online reservations are recommended to visit the museum. You can sign up for a reservation at
  • Each reservation is for 45 minutes. The last reservation time begins at 1:30pm.
  • Groups should be limited to a single household.  
  • Face coverings are required. 
  • Restrooms are available for visitors with museum reservations only.
  • Drinking fountains and gift shop are closed.
  • After your museum reserved entry, you and your group are welcome to walk the half mile Historic Site trail.
Things to know before you visit the HISTORIC SITE TRAIL:
  • Visiting the trail is free.
  • Last trail entry is at 1:30pm.
  • Groups to 6 or fewer people from the same household.
  • Groups begin every 15 minutes so there may be a short wait time between groups to allow for physical distancing.
  • Restrooms and drinking fountains are not available.
  • Only service animals are allowed.

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