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Another site to visit for all the history buffs and to daydream back in time. A beautiful peaceful stroll through a well laid out story of the Natchez Indians as this area was being settled. I recommend a visit to this area during the cooler months.
the mounds and the grounds were so peaceful and beautiful. The lady in the information center was so very polite and informative. I enjoyed my visit.
I'm conflicted on how to rate this because of the poor condition of the one reconstructed simulated Indian house. The "tee pee" as many folks call it is not a tee pee but supposed to show what the typical wattle and daub house would have looked like. However, it's falling apart and not even constructed of all natural materials. The... 更多
Visited the site of the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians at the start of the Natchez Trace. The remaining mounds show the location of the main features of the village and a reconstruction of a typical Natchez house shows how things used to be. The museum has a seven minute film which tells of the history and times of... 更多
It's a shame the village has been eroded over the centuries, but worthwhile to see just the same, and the site is maintained by the Mississippi Dept of History. The museum exhibits artifacts excavated from the site and sponsors public education and activities. The Natchez Indians basically abandoned after a long fight with the French in the 1700's. Few than... 更多
This small museum and outdoor park outlines some of the rituals and lifestyles of the Natchez Indians. The film in the visitors center gives a good background. Not much on the grounds, though very pretty.
So you did not much when you visited the historic site? With more research, your experience will be more positive. Do some individual research. Because the Natchez lost the war against French, a law was created that all Natchez were to be eliminated on sight. There is no nicer political correct way to say that. The Natchez were manipulated by... 更多
The visitor center and museum are interesting. There are several displays and exhibits of artifacts and letters from the past. There are Indian mounds outside to walk around. Overall, I was not impressed, but the lady inside was very nice.
It was nice for a short visit, but was nothing spectacular. We walked around the grounds and went in the small museum. Overall, okay, but not incredible.
I used to travel to Natchez on a weekly basis and I would always look for things to do. I found this and decided to go. The museum is good and the grounds are good, but what I really enjoyed was the walking trail at the back of the property.