The Mashpee Wampanoag Museum building is one of the oldest remaining homesteads in Mashpee, built in 1793 by the great grandson of missionary Richard Bourne.

Through the door of the Museum the history and culture of the Wampanoag from the Stone Age to the present is carefully detailed through a range of exhibits. First established under the guidance of the Mashpee Historical Commission, the Museum is the only one in existence devoted exclusively to Wampanoag history.

Enjoy this photo gallery that gives you a taste of the Wampanoag history and culture. To truly appreciate it, you need to visit the museum. Click here for details.