As part of the Santa Monica Mountain Range, the Chumash Indian Museum
is surrounded with the natural beauty of lush meadows, large oak groves and
native vegetation. A variety of fowl and wildlife can be seen throughout the
432 acre park. Unique landscapes and rock formations as well as Chumash
sites can be observed within the park.
Hiking is allowed within certain restricted areas, and all visitors must
abide by the center's regulations and guidelines.
Dogs are not allowed in order to protect wildlife. Due to extreme fire
hazards, fires and smoking in the park are strictly forbidden.
There is no camping in the park. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are
Our Gift Shop is open to the public (with or without museum admission).
The Gift Shop features traditional Native American handcrafted artifacts
and crafts. An array of books related to the Chumash people and their
culture are available. The Gift Shop accepts Visa & Mastercard.
THE MUSEUM IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
THURSDAY-SUNDAY 12:00 NOON-5:00 P.M.
THE PARK TRAILS ARE OPEN DAILY FROM SUNRISE TO SUNSET
THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED MOST MAJOR HOLIDAYS
ADULTS/ $5.00, FAMILY/ $10.00 (LIMIT 5), SENIORS/ $3.00,
CHILDREN (12 AND UNDER)/ $3.00
PHONE: (805)492-8076 FAX: (805) 492-8096
CHUMASH INDIAN MUSEUM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
From left to right: Miles Lang; Beverly Folkes (Chair); Alfred Mazza;
Graywolf; Gayle Unzueta; Deb Roman (Vice Chair); Gil Unzueta; Noble Eisenlauer (Treasurer);
Lisa Linn (Secretary photo coming soon)
*The museum is accepting donations of mannequins to be "repurposed" for up coming exhibits*
Please call (805) 492-8076