Family and friends will enjoy these treats Anytime. Where to Go. What to see.

* Barona Museum,
Barona Reservation, Thursdays and Fridays moon to 5 PM and Saturdays 10AM to 5 PM, or appointment by calling the Museum Curator Cheryl Jeffrey, at (619) 443-7003, ext 19. Donations are accepted in lieu of an admission fee.

* Santa Ysabel Church Museum:
South of the church, small but very focused on related events and local Ipai Diegeno tribal people.

* Stonewall Peak Cuyamucca Museum
Exhibits were organized with the cooperation of Local Tribal Tipai people, lovely mountain drive, sixty minutes from San Diego.

* Southern Indian Health Clinic,
In Alpine, has a very nice small exhibit mounted by Richard Bugbee, Luiseno, featured are Kumeyaay culture items.

* Museum of Man,
San Diego [both the SW Museum and the San Diego Museum of Man have excellent collections of old photos of California Indians]
"Footsteps through Time: Four Million Years of Human Evolution" exhibit (619) 239-2001

* Malki Museum,
Morongo Reservation (includes a good map)
Take Interstate 10 to Fields Road exit. Turn north and proceed east along Seminole Drive

* Agua Caliente Cultural Museum,
219 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

* Palm Springs Desert Museum.
101 Museum Dr., Palm Springs.
Tues.-Sat. 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sun. noon-5:00 p.m., closed major holidays.
"The First Desert People" features a recently renovated diorama, artifacts, and a Cahuilla house. $7.50/adults; $6.50/seniors 62 &over; $3.50/age 6-17, students, active military personnel with ID; free under 6; free to members. (760) 325-7186.

* Santa Barbara Natural History Museum:
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Webpage for Chumash Indian materials

* Bowers Museum,
(20th and Main, Santa Ana) 714-567-3600
[Permanent exhibits include "Vision of the Shaman, Song of the Priest": pre-Columbian Art from Mexico, Cental and South America;
"Realms of the Ancestors: Arts of Oceania;" and "Arts of Native America"]

* Satwiwa Sundays.
Every Sunday at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, 4126 Potrero Rd., Newbury Park (Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area). 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Visit with and share the experience of the Santa Monica Mountains with a Native American host. Art may be for sale. Call ahead: (310) 455-1588