Hidden in Plain Sight: the Basques tells of the unique origins, language and history of the Basque people, along with their contributions throughout history. It tells the Basque immigration story relating to the Basques in the United States and illustrates the strong cultural connection the Basques in the U.S. have with their homeland.
There are two sizes of this traveling exhibit. One with large panels (approx. 300 running feet), stands, small artifacts, and dvds and a second smaller version (approx. 170 running feet) with smaller panels that can also fit on stands or be attached to walls. Arrangements can be made to have artifacts accompany the smaller version of the exhibit as well.
Both the large and small versions of Hidden in Plain Sight are available to travel to institutions or events, please contact the Museum for more information.
Summer Hours – June-Labor Day
Tuesday – Friday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 11am to 4pm
Sunday, Monday, and Holidays
Restored Boarding House
Open daily Tuesday-Saturday (pending volunteers) from 11-4, last admission 30 min before close.
Entrance included in Museum admission
Adults – $5
Seniors(65+) & Students – $4
Children 6-12 – $3
Children 5 and under – free
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Adults – $35/year
Senior(65+) – $25/year
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