18 Highlawn Rd
Warner, NH 03278
2021 Regular Season
June 5 to October 30
Friday and Sunday Noon - 4:00 PM
Saturday 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Self-guided tours of the museum are available.
Self-guided tours of the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum’s Medicine Woods Trail are available.
A volunteer guide is available to assist visitors with a tour and/or assistance with hands-on activities.
Admission can be paid by cash or check; no credit cards, please.
Nature Discovery Center members: FREE
Members of the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum: half price
The Museum will reopen on Saturday, June 5th, at 10:30 AM through Sat., Oct. 30
Friday and Sunday: Noon – 4:00 PM
Saturdays - 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Admission: Adults: $6 Seniors: $5
Families: 1 or 2 parents w/ children: $15
Nature Discovery Members, Native Americans, and Active Military are free.
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum (MKIM) Member - Half price;
Adult groups of 6 – 20 individuals by appointment only
Group Visits: If you wish to make an appointment for a 90-minute guided museum visit with activities during a weekend or a weekday,
admission is $6 per person (including chaperones), plus a group fee of $25. One chaperone per five children is required. No
strollers are allowed in the museum during a group visit. Call 603-822-2334 to make an appointment. Appointments can usually be
made only on weekdays. Small groups may be allowed to visit on weekends.
Our museum is fully accessible to people with physical limitations and disabilities.
The Museum is conveniently located at 18 Highlawn Road in Warner, NH, just 20 minutes northwest of Concord off I-89
From the South, Exit 8 off I-89, take 103 to the center of Warner, turn right up Kearsarge Mountain Road, one mile. Turn right onto Highlawn Rd. Take the second driveway on the right. The Museum is in the far end of the building on the left.
From the North, Exit 9 off I-89, take 103 to the center of Warner, turn left up Kearsarge Mountain Road, one mile. From the West, Route 103 east to the center of Warner, take left onto Kearsarge Mountain Road, one mile.
Turn right onto Highlawn Rd. Take the second driveway on the right. The Museum is in the far end of the building on the left.