Interior Museum Program

The Interior Museum Program looks after one of the largest and most important museum collections in the world. On behalf of the American people, we coordinate and support the stewardship work of the ten bureaus and offices that manage museum collections. Through our work from policy writing and professional development to technical support and exhibits, we aim to ensure that the diverse collections held by the Department of the Interior are preserved, valued and enjoyed by everyone.




  • Learn more about who we are, what we do, how to work with us, and most importantly why we do what we do.

    About Us

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    Discover over 75 million cultural artifacts and natural history specimens and 91 thousand linear feet of archives housed in 2,000+ Federal facilities and nonfederal museums and universities.

    Museum Collections

  • We write the policy and guidance that set stewardship and accountability standards for all of the Department of the Interior's museum collections.

    Policy & Guidance

  • We are a place to grow your career, hone your knowledge, and develop your skills.

    Professional Development