Really worth seeing, amazing buildings that the archeologist Howard Arden Edwards built, starting with the home that he built using the natural outcropping of stones of the Butte. Most of the museum and displays are not allowed to be photographed, so this small amount of photos does not begin to do it justice. There are actual artifacts used by the ancient people, families, tribes, individuals. Everything is handmade. There are stories about events, and individual retellings, explanations, geology, archeology, sociology, etc. All of Edwards collection from the peoples Indians that he researched for more than 50 years, living and walking in the remote, desolate, open spaces, searching, digging, watching, learning. He explain that no humans inhabited what we now know as North America until a few ten thousand years ago. Everyone migrated from somewhere else, that lived in Antelope Valley. Interesting that there are actually no native humans to North America, and the Native American is actually a myth - a falsehood. Grace Oliver bought the property from Edwards in 1939, turned it into a museum, and then donated it to the Republic of California in 1979 (most commonly referred to as a State).