Experience the everyday life of our ancestors.
The North Fork Mono are among the original inhabitants of the foothills of the San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Mountains. North Fork Mono society has traditionally consisted of two clans represented by the golden eagle and the coyote. The animals stand guard at the museum over the many displays of traditional Mono life. The old way of life for the Mono is exhibited through fishing, hunting, acorn gathering, cooking, healing, basket making, games and ceremonies at the Sierra Mono Museum.
For more information about the Sierra Mono Museum and Cultural Center visit the museum’s web site at www.monomuseum.org or call (559) 877–2115.
Museum hours vary, please call first.
Physical Address: 33103 Road 228 (Intersection of Road 225 & 228), North Fork, CA 93643