This location has closed.
National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

photography courtesy of National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum



The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum’s name might be a bit of a mouthful, but its mission is fairly simple: to pay tribute to the Native Americans, Hispanics, Europeans, and African-Americans that shaped the culture of the American West. Founded in 2001 by James Austin Jr. and Gloria Reed Austin, the museum houses artifacts, exhibits, and a hall of fame. Exhibits outline the importance of groups like the Buffalo Soldiers and the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African-American WWII fighter pilots. Each year, the museum’s hall of fame honors a handful of inductees of all races and backgrounds, from Red Steagall to Juan Seguin to Bass Reeves. The museum also hosts a number of workshops throughout the school year to educate students on Western history, and a free children’s story event is held every Saturday morning.

Let this business know you found them at

Payment Types