Barona Cultural Center & Museum
Welcome to the Barona Cultural Center & Museum.
As San Diego County’s first museum on an Indian reservation dedicated to the perpetuation and presentation of the local Kumeyaay-Diegueño Native culture, the Barona Museum offers a unique educational journey for visitors of all ages. The Museum’s collection represents thousands of years of history—some objects dating as far back as 10,000 years—and it demonstrates the artistry and skill of the hemisphere’s first inhabitants. ENTRANCE IS FREE!
NEW! Virtual Exhibit!
Barona Cultural Center & Museum is proud to present our first Virtual Exhibit: Preserving the 1978—1982 Elizabeth Windsong Barona Indian Reservation Ethnobotany Collection: 2014 Barona Indian Charter School 7th & 8th Grade Heritage Project. Click Here to View
Photo Policy: By their presence and/or participating in a Museum-sponsored class, activity, or event, all such guests and visitors at the Barona Cultural Center & Museum, both for themselves and for their accompanied children, consent to being photographed for non-commercial educational purposes consistent with the purposes of the Museum. If photographed, such guests, visitors, and their children also relinquish all rights to compensation or to require further consent for the use by the Museum of finished prints, images, reproductions, and copies of such photographs in all types of media, and to the loan and exhibition of such images in any form consistent with the purposes of the Museum, including publicity. The Museum will obtain consent for any commercial uses. If you do not wish to be photographed, or to have your child photographed in accordance with this policy, then complete a media form, available from the Museum Archives & Collections Department (619-443-7003, ext 219). Thank you for cooperating and assisting the Museum in its educational purposes in these ways.