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New Limited Edition Juneteenth Collection

We are excited to offer the best of our most popular items, just in time for the Juneteenth holiday. This carefully curated collection includes bestsellers over the years and features a tailored selection of our most sought-after products.

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Celebrate in Style

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Unisex Staple T-Shirt

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Stemless Wine Glass (15-oz)

Smithsonian Enterprises
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Juneteenth Reversible Bucket Hat

Smithsonian Enterprises


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Discover Best Sellers and New Titles for Juneteenth

Engage with history, spark your imagination, celebrate family, and whet your appetite with these top picks by African American authors from our Museum experts' must-read lists — curated just for you.

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Add these must-read books curated by our experts to your summer reading list from the Smithsonian online store.

"Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue Across America" explores how barbecue became one of the nation's most distinctive culinary arts. But Adrian Miller'admitted "cuehead" and longtime certified barbecue judge'asks why, in today's barbecue culture, don't African Americans get the love and recognition they deserve?

A literary landmark: the biggest, most ambitious anthology of black poetry ever published, "African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle and Song" gathers 250 poets from the colonial period to the present. Only now, in the 21st century, can we fully grasp the breadth and range of African American poetry: a magnificent chorus of voices, some familiar, others recently rescued from neglect.

Mazie is ready to celebrate liberty. She is ready to celebrate freedom. "Juneteenth for Mazie" follows along as a young Black girl celebrates liberty, freedom and a great day in American history, the day her ancestors were no longer slaves. Mazie remembers the struggles and the triumphs as she gets ready to celebrate Juneteenth and the Emancipation Proclamation.


Discover More Online and in Our Museum Store

Explore special collections available exclusively for purchase at the museum and online courtesy of Smithsonian Enterprises.

Official merchandise commemorating our newest exhibition.


Official merchandise commemorating our newest exhibition, Afrofuturism: A History of Black Futures covering more than a century of Afrofuturism’s rich history of expression and reimagining, reinterpreting, and reclaiming the past and present for a more empowering future for African Americans.
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Chocolate City Merchandise

NMAAHC x òL | Outside Lines

Available exclusively onsite in the Museum Store, our Chocolate City collaboration with D.C.-born designer Allen Aderotoye and his brand Outside Lines "òL", was inspired by the term “Chocolate City,” a nickname for Washington, D.C. made popular in the 1970’s to describe the city’s rich, thriving Black culture. For more details, contact the Museum Store at (202) 633-6167 or email
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NMAAHC x Sheila Bridges

Sheila Bridges Harlem Toile

In collaboration with renowned designer Sheila Bridges and Smithsonian Enterprises, our store features a new, exclusive silk scarf designed for the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The scarf is full of vibrant colors to usher in spring, making it a wonderful Mother’s Day gift, or a gift for yourself. For details, contact the Museum Store at (202) 633-6167 or email
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Community & Collaboration

Meet African American entrepreneurs, artists, and creative business leaders featured in our museum store.

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Museum Store Business Spotlight with Machée Kelly of Machée Creates.

About the Museum Store 

The store is operated and managed in collaboration with Smithsonian Enterprises. For general questions about store operations and merchandise call (202) 633-6167 or email


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Passes are required to visit the museum. If you do not have a standard entry pass, visitors may obtain a Dine and Shop Pass to facilitate museum entry to dine in the Sweet Home Café or shop in the museum store.  


Main Store: Heritage Hall (L1)

Sports Pop-up Shop: Outside of the Community Galleries (L3)

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A selection of merchandise is available for purchase online courtesy of Smithsonian Enterprises at Smithsonian Store

Become a Vendor

If you wish to propose a product for consideration, submit a Vendor Proposal form to  

Due to the high volume of submissions, we are unable to respond to individual proposals. A representative from Smithsonian Enterprises will notify you if there is an interest in the item.

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