Haskell Cultural Center and Museum

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The Haskell Cultural Center and Museum presents an uncensored in-depth educational perspective for visitors of all ages that. The staff guide will lead teachers, chaperones and their students through hands-on learning experiences related to the museum’s collections of American Indian materials to help interpret the museum’s exhibitions. These tours offer a wide variety of unique learning opportunities and perspectives for visitors of all ages.

The Cultural Center also offers a Walking tour of the Haskell Campus. This tour covers the historical buildings, the Haskell Arch and Stadium, the Haskell Medicine Wheel and the Haskell Cemetery. The tour will explain the significance of each as well as historical content as it relates to Haskell Indian Nations University.

Be sure to print off the Walking Tour Brochure pdf icon  before your visit!

Printing Instructions: The Walking Tour Brochure is designed to be printed double sided. If you do not have the ability to do so, simply print two pages and paste them together!

Group Tours

Groups of 2 (minimum) and 40 (maximum) to the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum are strongly encouraged to schedule visits one to two weeks in advance by contacting the HCCM staff. Groups who do not wish to or are unable to schedule a visit in advance may visit any time during normal business hours for self-guided tours. Group reservations are confirmed when a tour reservation form has been received by the museum. For more information, please call 785-832-6686 or fax 785-832-6687.

School Group Tours

All school groups, whether elementary, high school or college, are required to schedule guided tours one to two weeks in advance. School groups are required to have one adult chaperone for every ten students. Chaperones must supervise and remain with their groups at all times and in all areas. If a class is divided because of limited museum space for both outside tour and museum tour, a chaperone must accompany each group. The HCCM reserves the right to refuse or terminate a tour that is inadequately supervised or that fails to conform to standards of good behavior.

PLEASE NOTE: The HCCM cannot guarantee guided tour to groups that arrive more than 30 minutes after their scheduled time.

Contact Phone Number: (785)832-6686 or fax 785-832-6687

Contact & Info

Haskell Indian
Nations University
Attn: HCCM
155 Indian Ave
Box #5013
Lawrence, KS

Phone Icon 785-832-6686
Fax: 785-832-6687

HCCM Hours:
Weekdays: 9am-4pm
Closed Weekends
and Federal Holidays

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