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The friendly man behind the counter was more than willing to tell us all about the history of the Natchez. The visitors center was well documented and gave us a fine look info the rich culture of these people.
Informative displays and artifacts in the museum. This was a last minute stop on the way home. Quick walk to see the mounds. I'd like to spend more time here. Cute buffalo teeth necklaces for the grandchildren.
There is a museum with a quick film on this site, as well as three well-documented mounds; all presented in a beautiful park setting. Plan on spending about an hour to view the exhibit in the museum and take a walk around the park.
I went there on the first Sunday in September. The Village is adjacent to some residential neighborhoods, and the locals were using it as a park for recreation. There were joggers, soccer players, etc. It's a spacious place, and inside the welcome center was a...More
In this museum you can learn a bit about the history and culture of the Natches Indian tribe, and their interaction with French settlers. The museum is small, but interesting, with very friendly staff. Outside you can walk around the three mounds, and read about...More
Being interested in History, we found this beautiful park very interesting and very well maintained. The museum and movie were educational and the folks in the gift shop and museum were very friendly and informative. The brochure from the museum put life in viewing the...More
This free park includes three ancient Natchez Indian mounds. In the visitor center many of the artifacts dug out of the mounds are on display. Watch the short video before venturing out to the mounds.
It is a nice parklike atmosphere.
Check out the museum and mounds of the Grand village of the Natchez Indians. The small museum and most interesting with friendly and helpful staff. There is a short movie as well in the museum. Walk through the beautiful grounds where the mounds are quite...More
This small site might not be the most visited but my family found a lot to like here. If you visit the small museum and read the captions next to the mounds, you'd learn quite a bit about the Native Americans who dwelt at the...More