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390 A Summit Road
Exeter, RI, 02822
United States

(401)491-9063

Tomaquag Museum is dedicated to educating the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, Mother Earth and to connect to native issues of today.

Featured Exhibits

$5 Adult,  $4 Students & Seniors, $3 Children (& Under 5 free)

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Featured Exhibits at Tomaquag

 
Learn about the amazing life of a real Rhode Island hero, the prominent marathon runner and Olympic athlete  Ellison "Tarzan" Brown, who was first and foremost a Narragansett.

Learn about the amazing life of a real Rhode Island hero, the prominent marathon runner and Olympic athlete  Ellison "Tarzan" Brown, who was first and foremost a Narragansett.

The Narragansett Indian Church exhibit traces the history and significance of the church through the eyes of tribal elders in Framing Community Spirit: The Narragansett Indian Church.

The Narragansett Indian Church exhibit traces the history and significance of the church through the eyes of tribal elders in Framing Community Spirit: The Narragansett Indian Church.

Explore Narragansett history through  The Pursuit of Happiness: An Indigenous View which reflects on the denial of our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Explore Narragansett history through  The Pursuit of Happiness: An Indigenous View which reflects on the denial of our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Explore over 10 exhibits focused on the Indigenous peoples of America, many focus on the Narragansett & other Southern New England Tribes. We provide tours for children and adults with various focuses such as Arts, Nature, History, Social Justice & many more .

Explore over 10 exhibits focused on the Indigenous peoples of America, many focus on the Narragansett & other Southern New England Tribes. We provide tours for children and adults with various focuses such as Arts, Nature, History, Social Justice & many more .

The Eastern Woodland Basket Exhibit  highlights ash splint baskets from southern New England. Come view the beautiful birchbark containers, stamped baskets, and porcupine adorned containers.

The Eastern Woodland Basket Exhibit  highlights ash splint baskets from southern New England. Come view the beautiful birchbark containers, stamped baskets, and porcupine adorned containers.

Come learn the true meaning of wampum visit our exhibit, "Wampum: Telling our Story". Learn about the history, art and culture pertaining to wampum use in the Narragansett community.

Come learn the true meaning of wampum visit our exhibit, "Wampum: Telling our Story". Learn about the history, art and culture pertaining to wampum use in the Narragansett community.