International Museum of Cultures

Native American HeaddressThe International Museum of Cultures is a unique cultural anthropology museum located three miles north of Cedar Hill on U.S. Highway 67 in Duncanville.

A Pictorial Window

The museum offers a fascinating pictorial window into the indigenous peoples of the world and visitors will walk away with a greater appreciation for ethnic and cultural diversity, respect for mankind and a heightened desire for worldwide peace among people.


The museum's exhibits feature contemporary peoples from around the world including interactive videos from:

  • Africa
  • China
  • Mexico
  • Native America
  • Papua New Guinea
  • South America
  • Southeast Asia

The museum also offers an extensive drum exhibit. Other exhibits include authentic homes of the Lakota Sioux Native American and Papua New Guinea people.

Tours & Events

The museum offers a variety of tours and events Monday through Saturday. Handicapped accessible parking is available, and Spanish tours are available upon request by calling 972-708-7406. Tours of 10 or more are available with a 48-hour pre-schedule.