Unique Gift Ideas from the International Museum of Cultures

CHRISTMAS IS DRAWING NEAR Watch our weekly updates for specials in the International Expressions gift shop at the International Museum of Cultures. Christmas inventory is arriving daily.

The international nativity scenes are exquisite. The International Expressions Gift Shop located in the museum offers unique gifts from around the world. We specialize in presenting international items from SERRV to assure a fair and equitable salary has been paid to those who create the items.

We have special coffees from around the world and they make a wonderful addition to any gift basket. Gift cards in any denomination of $5 and up are available.

The Bhutanese Refugee ladies have a tree decorated with handmade ornaments. These are for sale at only $5 each. The total purchase price goes to the individual who created the items. This is a wonderful way to lend your support to those who are beginning a new life in America because of religious persecution in their homeland. We are truly blessed this Thanksgiving season to live in America with the freedom secured by those serving in harms way.

The “Bits of Glass” exhibit will remain in place through December 17th. Many of the pieces are for sale at very reasonable prices.


The week of  Thanksgiving we have Kenyan necklaces made of rolled and recycled paper that are buy one, get the other half off! Some of the necklaces come with matching earrings! They would make great stocking stuffers! Remember that the Museum will be closed November 23-27  for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will re-open Monday, November 28.

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