ⓘ Robbins Museum

                                     

ⓘ Robbins Museum

The Robbins Museum, also known as the Robbins Museum of Archaeology, is an archaeological museum operated by the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. It is located at 17 Jackson Street, Middleborough, Massachusetts, US.

The collection numbers about 150.000 artifacts. The Museum houses a gallery, a lecture hall, library, gift shop, and 4.550 square feet of exhibition space to display over 3.000 artifacts. There are numerous artifacts and displays about the native Americans in New England, including a timeline, diorama 4.300-year-old village, native American dolls, handcrafted mishoon oblakah, and portraits.

                                     
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