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My husband and I stopped by on our return trip home. We only did the gift shop but it was very interesting and we enjoyed looking around and talking to the young lady behind the counter making jewelry. She answered all our questions. My husband...More
We visited on a school field trip. The workers were friendly and really involved the kids. It was very hands on and they loved every minute of it. The village really depicts Eastern Woodland Indian life, crafts, and dress. The gift shop was very affordable...More
This was one of the best trips that we have taken this summer. Our three young grandchildren 10, 8 and 4 spent time with their cousin, Mackenzie as she toured us through this historical village. We learned so much about the culture of the Native...More
We were staying in Wytheville, VA in July 2016 and were excited to visit this place. Wanted to be in the area for the Pow Wow, however we were in town and decided to visit earlier. Loved the place, the tour was interesting. Thought there...More
Had not planned on stopping but saw the brown sign on I-81. Brown usually means a national/federal site but this is not, and not free. Nice gift shop with a real variety of goods, including souvenirs for kids that won't break the bank. As the...More
I am the type to stop at any highway tourist attraction. There is something that gives me that same vacation feeling as a kid when we went to places like South of the Border. So for me just the stop to a special place makes...More
The village is a recreation based on some nearby archeological finds. The guide we had was gregarious and fun, though the focus was more about the popular stereotype of native Americans rather than a focus on what was known about the local people. The museum...More