One of the finest small museums in the United States . . the Heritage of the Americas Museum is located on the campus of Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California. - visitors of all ages are encouraged to visit and experience a journey through time. - Five wings divide the building into areas of Natural History, Archaeology, Anthropology, Art, and Education.
Special Collections and Exhibits - The Museum presents a Journey Through Time in four dedicated wings: Natural History, with rocks, minerals, meteorites, and fossils. Archaeology: See paleo and archaic projectile points made by early man in the Americas as well as pre-Columbian treasures from Mexico and Peru. The Anthropology wing affords a glimps into the daily life of the Cheyenne, Eskimo, Hopi, and many other historic Native American cultures. The Art wing is the living facet of the peoples of the past and present. Through art we can learn, imagine, and become more aware of the world as it was and is. A fifth wing is dedicated to Education and includes an extensive research library. BY THEIR ART SHALL WE KNOW THEM