We saw the museum at the end of the Trees of Mystery tour. I was tired from the tour but still managed about 40 minutes in the museum, even with sore feet, as it's so fascinating. I would have liked to stay a lot longer, there really is a lot to see. It's well worth a visit just to see... 更多
The largest private Native American collection in the USA. From the West coast to the East coast. , Pots, baskets, clothing, tools, everything they lived with.
This was a bargain. You got to go to all of the components of the Trees of Mystery, including the trails and Gondola ride with a bonus of free admission to a wonderful Native American Museum of artifacts, many of which were donated by local residents. They also have options for people who can't undertake the trails including a shuttle... 更多
This is a great place for everyone - adults, kids, dogs. The gondola ride is awesome and do not miss the Native American Museum at the back of the shop. One of the best NA exhibits I have ever seen - beautiful artifacts.
This was an interesting collection of Native American artifacts. One of those places you could really spend time studying because they had notations, or one of those places you could breeze through. It's inside the gift shop of Trees of Mystery. Worth a stop. They have the museum inside, but bathrooms outside in another building, which seemed kind of backwards.But... 更多
I get a feeling most people don't even realize there is a museum in the back of the gift shop as it always seemed relatively empty given the number of people at Trees of Mystery. But it is an interesting bit of Native American history.
While you're in the Trees of Mystery gift shop, walk a little further within and check out this museum. Wasn't expecting it, wasn't that interested. But wow! did I change my mind quickly. Lots of historical information, clothing, shoes, rugs, etc. all up close. I found the clothing and jewelry beautiful and intricate. Their gift shop sells some lovely pottery,... 更多