Visited the museum which is located at the trees of mystery. They have a lot of interesting and cool thing to see in here. They even have things to purchase, such as pottery, dream catchers and arrows.
We enjoyed viewing all the exhibits very much. Some items can be purchased. Papooses of different tribes were very intriguing. Many baskets, much art, much pottery, and tribal clothing and jewelry.
Definitely worth a visit !!! Museum covers all sorts of artificats from a variety of Indian tribes from all over the United States and it's FREE !!! Very comprehensive and fascinating. They do have a gift shop with expensive items since most are made by native american indians.
Very awesome to see all the tribes and the old relics. Plus they have Indian art for sale, the photos of the natives were very cool
This museum is attached to the Trees of Mystery and admission is free with you ticket to the trees of mystery. I am big on not leaving a place without learning about its history and this museum give you a chance to learn about the Native American's who lived here long before our nation was created. Take the time to... 更多
The museum was very interesting and was free to enter. They house some of the most unusual baskets and feature the local tribes as well as the plains tribes. There are even a few Eastern bands featured. There are some wonderful examples of plains tribes clothing and one elk tooth dress that is marvelous. The staff is friendly and it... 更多
I wandered into this museum while in the gift shop at Trees of Mystery, not realizing it was separate. what an amazing collection of Native American artifacts! There are examples of crafts and articles from many cultures with identification or explanations of use. Lovely examples of Southwestern pottery and the woven baskets from the local are incredible. The woman at... 更多