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This turned out to be a great place to visit. You learn about Native Americans through their museum and the staff. All was very informative. We then went digging for arrowheads and anything else we could find in a large plowed field behind the Village....More
This seemed like a huge tourist trap. What they call a museum is an absolute joke! If it was much smaller it would be a bathroom stall. The gift shop had lots of interesting little trinkets. And I will say that the kid working the...More
We enjoyed visiting on a Sunday afternoon after a sweaty, hot day of searching at. Crater of Diamonds state park. Searching at the state park often feels like futility - the chances of finding anything of interest are minimal. But you can follow that with...More
Very hot the day we went. The lady at the desk was very nice. It was the end of the day so she gave us a pass to return the next day. Which we didnt use. I had questions about why the bones only had...More
We planned a 3 day 2 night trip into Murfreesboro, Arkansas. We thought the kids would really enjoy digging for diamonds and looking for treasure. However, they did not enjoy it as much as we expected. They had much more fun and success digging here...More
Response from cgordon78 | Reviewed this property |
The pamphlet says adults are $8 and kids are $4 but it doesn't specify what that includes. I remember when we went into the trading post the buckets for them to dig through were $15-$20 if I remember right.