Located on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke in the iconic Old Main Building, the Museum of the Southeast American Indian offers authentic artifacts, fine arts, and hands-on experiences that will engage visitors with the vibrant cultures and rich histories of Southeastern Native peoples.
Featured Exhibitions and Programming
9|9 Native South Art Exhibit
Book From the Nook
Please join us as we welcome an Indigenous reader to read a children's book by an Indigenous Author on the third Tuesday of every Month!
Life by the River Project
The Life by the River Project is a grouping of museum programs that focus on the North Carolina's American Indian Tribal community's relationship to their Indigenous waters.
Our Stories Matter: Margret Locklear Learner
Join us as we welcome Laney Emanuel talk about a portrait of Margret Locklear Lerner and her story. Margret was a graduate of the 1943 class of Pembroke State College before she served as an Intelligence Decoder for the United States Military.