Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthrpology

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Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthrpology The Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology at Wichita State University seeks to broaden and enhance knowledge of the world's diverse cultures, their histories, and their people.

Museum collections focus on Pacific Rim cultures, including Japan, Korea, China, and Southeast Asia; the American Southwest; Mesoamerica; and Andean South America. Other cultures, prehistoric and physical anthropology, and topical displays occupy the corridor cases including clothing, pottery, tools, and archaeological artifacts.

Admission: Free Admission
Hours: Monday - Friday, 1pm-5pm. Closed June, July, August. Groups Tours Welcomed by Appointment.
Address: 1845 Fairmount. Located in Neff Hall on the WSU main campus.
Phone: 316-978-7068

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