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Sierra Mono Museum

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Hidden gem! Old but well done dioramas including a huge moose, grizzly and rattlesnake. Stunning... read more

Reviewed August 17, 2017
Maryanne S
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Port Macquarie, Australia
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Sierra Mono Museum

This is a must see for anyone close to or passing through North Fork. Amazing information and... read more

Reviewed August 8, 2017
Sonnysone
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North Fork, California
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17 Aug 2017
“Cultural highlights ”
8 Aug 2017
“Sierra Mono Museum”
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The Sierra Mono Museum has the largest display of Mono Indian Baskets in the state of California. We have cooking, and gathering baskets as well as baby baskets on display. We also have Mono Indian tools, jewelry and other artifacts on display. The...more
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33103 Road 228, North Fork, CA 93643-9102
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Reviewed August 17, 2017 via mobile

Hidden gem! Old but well done dioramas including a huge moose, grizzly and rattlesnake. Stunning collection of basket weaving. Authentic souvenirs for sale at very reasonable prices. Highly recommend. Sharon the caretaker was excellent.

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Reviewed August 8, 2017

This is a must see for anyone close to or passing through North Fork. Amazing information and exhibits - you won't be sorry you stopped in Museum.

Thank Sonnysone
Reviewed October 18, 2016

Great local museum with some of the most beautiful baskets ever. This is a must see if you are in the area, easy drive from Bass Lake too. Learn about the local Mono tribe and see the wonderful baskets and other items they make.

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Reviewed September 8, 2016 via mobile

The place to learn about mono culture and a great basket collection; a must visit when you're anywhere near North Fork

Thank davewF1843YB
Reviewed February 18, 2015

This is a tremendous opportunity to see and learn about history. The displays are very professional and interesting. There are wildlife exhibits as well as baskets and artifacts and peeks into a very rich culture and heritage. You will be glad you stopped by.

Thank CatdaBrat
Reviewed October 5, 2014

I expected to have one room for this museum, and I was right, BUT it's amazing what can be crammed into one room! There are dozens of natural history taxidermy specimens, but the best part is the exhibit PRECIOUS CARGO which was travelling for awhile...More

Thank kcdenman
Reviewed April 27, 2014

Lots of woven baskets and arrow heads here. Exhibits showing how the Indians survived prior to the arrival of Europeans.Many artifacts but many are not labeled. Person on staff pretty much ignored our group until a question was asked; then she became very helpful.

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