The Caddo Mounds are the site of a former Caddo Indian Village founded almost 900 years ago. There are three mounds at the site, including a burial site, former ceremonial center, and former community center. A nice gravel path connects the mounds and walking the...更多
This is a great place for kids that like to learn about Indian History!!
We recommend visiting here and using the "hands on" museum. Note: if Tony is working, play the drums and he'll play the Caddo Flute!!
I didn't realize this existed until the visitor center in Nacogdoches told us about it so we decided to tour it. It was such a fascinating piece of history that i didn't know about. It doesn't take too long to tour. It was just so...更多
This area was settled a looong time ago: earlier than most people would know. If you are in the area, you should visit and find out about the history of the site. If you don't have the time or energy to walk round you can...更多
Great stop to learn about a part of Texas history. My boys loved the golf cart ride to the different parts of the property and they really loved that it's a "touch" museum. We played drums, tried out a bow and arrow (no shooting of...更多
The docent of this site was very helpful and informative, clearly very interested in maintaining the cultural significance of this site. There is a nice gravel trail around the grounds and informative signs to give you an idea of what the area was like when...更多
Whether you live in East Texas or are passing by you need to make a stop here. It is a great place to learn a little piece of history! The museum is hands on and has a great deal to see and read about. You...更多