The Makah Museum is closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to the opportunity to invite visitors inside again, and will do so when it is considered safe. The Makah Indian Reservation is also closed to non-residents. Thank you for your understanding.

The Makah Museum is closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to the opportunity to invite visitors inside again, and will do so when it is considered safe. The Makah Indian Reservation is also closed to non-residents. Thank you for your understanding.

Makah Museum
Exhibits

Several Exhibits tell the story of the Makah Tribe.

Permanent Exhibits
The permanent gallery exhibits 300-500 year old artifacts recovered from a Makah village at Ozette, Washington

There are 18 showcases, 3 dioramas and full-sized replicas of canoes and a longhouse.

The showcases interpret Makah culture and history through artifacts, text and photographs.

Temporary Exhibits
Photographs, traditional clothing, basketry and carvings are some of our featured temporary exhibits. The temporary exhibits change throughout the years.

Ethnobotanical Garden
The garden offers outdoor exhibits located on the museum grounds. The garden contains many local native plants.