We stopped into the Kwahadi Museum after seeing it from the highway and wondering what they had inside. We arrive early in the day and had the entire area pretty much to ourselves. Inside are Many Many displays of art, handicrafts and artifacts from years of history. The displays are labeled with write-ups about the period they are from and historical data that is known about them. The walls are covered with art works depicting native American life and times as well as numerous examples of woven items and beaded work from various periods and tribes. The space is subtly lit which lends an air of reverence to the displays but also make reading the texts which are typed in a rather small font a little tiring for us "older" visitors. We spent about 2 hours here and didn't see quite all that was there and this was on a day when they didn't even have any performances by the dancers. The gift shop is small but crammed with really distinctive and out-of the-ordinary items. Most items are reasonably priced and some of the art work is for sale with some of the items VERY priced to sell. I would like to come again when they are having the dancers and experience a lot more immersive visit and spend a little more time examining the art and artifacts.
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