Large granite stones carved with quotes from those who knew Junaluska surround his grave. I enjoyed walking the medicinal trails- upper and lower. There are several markers that mention Cherokee members of the local communities and their outstanding contributions as people of high principles and character. I did not visit the museum because I was traveling with my dog. Maybe... 更多
The medicine trail is very well done. Learn how the cherokee utilized little known plants as medicine and food. And see the plants for yourself while walking a shaded hilly short trail.
A very moving burial site for an unsung hero of our country. Take time to reflect on how we have behaved in the past and think about how we can continue to improve. Thanks to the folks who maintain this memborial to a great American.
this is a very educational place , the lady that is at the museum is a wealth of knowledge on the Cherokee tribes, The kids enjoyed the arrowheads , the different tools and things and how they were used was very interesting. outside is the medicine trail showing the plants that were used for healing. The story of junaluska and... 更多
We went to this museum with our family which included children ages 6-17 years and really enjoyed ourselves! The museum is small but quaint and had many hands-on exhibits that the children could experience. It was staffed by 2 members of the local Cherokee tribe who spoke with the children and demonstrated the uses of some of the items. My... 更多
We had a wonderful visit here, and learned much about the Cherokee. Although a small museum it is overflowing with passion for these people and their lifestyle.. The woman at the museum was so willing to share stories and really made that part of our trip so memorable. We were so glad we went.
In 2015, Robbinsville had a bad storm and trees feel on the museum. During the insurance mitigation process, black mold... 更多
We were moved by the story of Janaluska, and wanted to visit the museum. While we walked the medicine trail,... 更多