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It’s out of the way and takes a while to get there but we really enjoyed this museum and gift shop. It was very hot the day we were there but cool inside. The girl working was very willing to answer questions and seemed quite...More
We did like that you could learn some words in the native tongue, but disappointed that there wasn't more to see or at least some hands on things to do. The gift shop was really nice, however, so we did not leave empty-handed.
The cultural center is small, but well done. I learned some things. For example, did you know that baskets can and have been made of pine needles? They are amazing. We spent maybe 45 minutes and saw everything that (we believe) was open to the...More
I was fascinated by the history of this little known Native American tribe on the Catawba river. The creative genius of the ceramic artistry of its people amazed me.Tremendous pride in cultural preservation is evident but unfortunately it becomes immediately clear that financial support is...More
Overall the center is quite interesting. There are many things to learn about the local Native American history and culture. Teenage kids would probably find this interesting but young ones will be bored silly in no time.
The cultural center appears to be starting a museum collection. Two rooms show historical items and could use some additional descriptions. There is a gift shop with souvenirs and snacks. There is a trail at the back of the cultural center that leads you to...More
i don't know due to the fact my friend helps to run the place and i got in with her.
but it is a very interesting place and would be worth it for sure. the gift shop is filled with a lot of good things! :)