The Yosemite Museum is located in Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park in California. Founded in 1926 through the efforts of Ansel Franklin Hall, the museum's displays focus on the heritage and culture of the Ahwaneechee people who lived in the valley. Exhibits include historic photographs, baskets, tools, articles of clothing, and life-size dioramas.
Behind the museum is a reconstructed outdoor "Indian Village of Ahwahnee".
The adjacent Yosemite Valley Visitor Center features exhibits about the park's geology, wildlife, Native American and other settlers, John Muir, and park history.