Haramokngna

Haramokngna American
Indian Cultural Center

A project of Pukúu Cultural Community Services, a native non-profit organization, which strives to share Native American history, heritage, and culture of the five regional tribes of the Angeles National Forest. Located on Angeles Crest Hwy (2), the Cultural Center features a Visitors Center & Museum, Gathering Circle, Art Gallery, and Angeles National Forest hiking trails. The Cultural Center presents various programs, festivals, and exhibitions annually from spring to fall.

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  • Forest Adventure Pass

    The US Forest Service requires all parked cars in the Angeles National Forest (including at Haramokngna) to display a parking pass. Passes can be purchased at our Visitor's Center for $5.

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  • Support

    Please help support Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center. We are a non-profit organization that is kept running with grants and donations. Thank you.

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Latest News

  • 2014 Updates

    Our center is currently on hiatus during winter. We are planning to re- open in Spring. Check our calendar soon for an updated list of upcoming events and workshops.

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  • Tongva Calendar for 2014!

    http://www.haramokngna.org/store/shop   Welcome to the world of the Tongva people! This calendar is designed to introduce you to the first inhabitants of the Los Angeles area and includes rich examples of their language and culture through the use of Tongva names of the months, numbers for the days of the week, and brief narratives. The […]

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  • Directions to Haramokngna

    We are located at the intersection of Angeles Crest Highway (Hwy 2) and Mount Wilson Red Box Road. Due to our location in the Angeles National Forest, we do NOT have a physical address you can type into your GPS navigation. Angeles Crest Highway is most easily accessed by the 210 freeway. Exit at Angeles […]

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Come and Visit!

Take a drive up the mountain to visit the Cultural Center.

Haramokngna Cultural Center
Forest Route 2N24
Los Angeles, CA

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