The Imperial Valley Desert Museum is a new facility in the heart of the Yuha Desert housing Native American and historic artifacts collected from within the Imperial Valley. Opening a new museum in the twenty-first century, we do not want to be seen as an exhibit within four walls, but we want to engage and interact outside of the limitations of the “box,” our new building, both metaphorically and physically. We are currently developing interactive exhibits to engage visitors with the Imperial Valley’s rich desert history.
Come visit the museum as we re-curate the archaeology collection that has been in storage for more than 30 years.
Want a more in depth experience? Come to our Volunteer Days and actually help us curate the collection: Every Friday and Saturday 10am - 3pm, or by appointment.