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The museum could use a little updating/repair on the talking monitors.The tour guides know their stuff and are very engaging and helpful. The museum store has a wide variety of items to purchase.We were there on a teaching day. very imformative.
Really appreciate the local historical site. The folks there are working to engage the neighborhood. For several years they have put on a "corn maze"...and we are watching the corn grow even now! Several thousand native Americans lived on these lands. So glad we are preserving this place. Hoping that it is kept as "free" as possible, so lots of... 更多
I advise you not to go, whoever you are I am sure you are better off looking at photos on the internet. The museum was ok but tiny so there isn't much to comment on. Whatever you do don't go on their "trail" that they indicated. You will walk for miles just to see one hut and a mound and... 更多
This site helps tell the story of Native American Indians in the area. The mounds are small compared to mounds found in other states such as Ohio. There are several informative plaques in the visitors center that provide information about various cultural practices during the time period.
I had been wanting to visit this site for years. This month we were able to go one morning in mid-week. Even though a bus tour and a camp program were going on, we were able to visit the displays and museum at leisure. Though it was typical hot, humid summer weather, several of us walked out to the larger... 更多
As a teacher, I found this site to be a great place to learn more about Indiana's early people. I was able to use what I learned back in my classroom thanks to the visitor's center with the displays of artifacts and dioramas. It is fascinating to imagine that a large village of people once lived on this land and... 更多
The history is here, but the condition of the museum needed help. I am maybe unfair by comparing this to Cahokia Mounds in Illinois. I wish the Museum could expand, and maybe a replica village be built, or at least a wood walkway to the few and far apart structures outside. We had to walk in wet grass, and mud... 更多
There is a lot of a life-size dioramas in the museum. We were there in the spring and no one was there. The good thing was it didn't cost us anything but the bad thing is we couldn't get any questions answered. There's several reconstructed buildings with minimal explanations. The main mound was fairly large but that is all there... 更多
After hearing so much about it, I was disappointed after finally visiting. The facility is very lack luster. It had nothing that made it very exciting to look at. As for the mounds, well you can't really tell what is what. I can see it's value for students on a field trip that is done by a guide that actually... 更多
This prehistoric village and mound complex was excavated for 30 years by the State, resulting in no remaining mounds of the period at the site today. The sole survivor belongs to an earlier time period. The reconstructed palisade is nice, and the interpretive center is also nice.