Welcome to Our Community House
Hello, Alii, Aloha, Bula Vi Naka, Fakaalofa Lahi Atu, Fakatalofa Atu, Gude, Hafa Adai, Halo Oloketa, Iokwe, 'Iorana, Kaoha, Kaselehlia, Kia Ora, Kia Orana, Lorana, Lwen Wo, Malo E Lelei, Mauri, Mogethin, Ran Allim, Talofa, Taloha Ni, Tyavwar O!
Over many centuries, and through wars, political upheavals, immigration, religious incursions, and environmental challenges, one central galvanizing value has been a constant – the community.
Throughout all Oceania, there has always been a central meeting place. Known by many different names in different cultures, it is a community house – to foster intercultural exchanges with appreciation and respect.
The Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum acknowledges the Tongva people as the traditional land caretakers of Tovaangar (Los Angeles basin, South Channel Islands) and pay our respects. Thank you for receiving us.
Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
695 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, CA 90802
Wednesday–Sunday,11:00am - 4:00pm
Appointments Encouraged. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, these dates are subject to change.
$5 General Admission
$3 Seniors (62+)
$3 Students with ID
Free for PIEAM Members (Join Now)
Free for Children under 12
When scheduling your visit to the museum, please keep in mind the following:
For groups with 10+ guests, at least one of the following safety protocols must be adhered to by all guests: provide proof of full COVID vaccination, provide recent proof of negative COVID test, or masks must be worn when inside the gallery.
Maximum capacity of 25 guests per event,
Masks are encouraged, though not required.
We encourage scheduling an appointment to view the museum by emailing email@example.com with your desired date, time, and the number of people in your party.
We do ask that large groups (10+ guests) schedule an appointment at least two weeks prior to their desired visiting date. Above COVID protocols will apply. Maximum capacity of 20 guests per day.
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Free parking available across the street from the museum at 638 Alamitos Ave, next to 644 Alamitos Ave. The parking lot can be distinguished by a mural of a woman with an alligator.
No food or drinks allowed.
The museum is currently not offering group tours.