Lumbee Indian Museum of the Carolinas


  • 607 Turnpike Rd.



The Lumbee Indian Museum of the Carolinas seeks to increase public awareness of past and present native cultures and to further research archaeology in North and South Carolina. Emphasis is placed on the early Indians of the southeastern United States including the Cherokee, Coharie, Tuscarora, Waccamaw-Siouan, Catawba, and Lumbee. The permanent collection contains over 200,000 artifacts, including pottery, jewelry, clothing, weapons, and tools are on display at the Laurinburg museum.

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607 Turnpike Rd.
Laurinburg NC 28352


Latitude: 34° 46' 19.9194" / Longitude: -79° 29' 16.0794"

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Go south on Main Street.

Turn right onto W. Church.

Go one mile and turn left onto 15/401/501 South.

Proceed .6 miles and turn right onto W. Boulevard.

Go to the blinking traffic light.

Go right (south) onto Turnpike Road.

Museum is .8 miles down road on your left.

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