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We stumbled upon this place while driving through West Virginia. Two hours well spent! It is only about 5 minutes off the HW, follow the signs. Parking is free, bathrooms are spotless, and the lady in the museum is really sweet. 55+ senior discount, no...More
Had a free day and decided to take a local place off the list. I’ve lived within 30 minutes my whole life and never visited. Such a nice place. Our guide Mary was very knowledgeable. Lots of hands on stuff to touch and feel. From...More
While rving in Tennessee we decided to take a side trip to Bastian,Va. to tour this attraction. We are so glad that we did. Bland County has done a remarkable job in re-creating this Indian Village and Museum. We took the guided tour and our...More
My daughter and I really enjoyed visiting here. We took the guided tour and our tour guide was very knowledgable, explaining a lot about the people in this village and other Woodland Indian tribes. She showed my daughter how to play a few Indian games...More
We visited here 10 years ago and had a less than stellar visit. A lot has changed in 10 years!
First: picnic area, clean/nice bathrooms, plenty of space to stretch your legs and let the kids run around, located just off the interstate.
We decided to just self-tour since we were on a road trip and wanted to stay on schedule. The lady inside the visitor center/museum (no pictures allowed in museum) was very nice and told us about how this archaeology site was found in 1970 when...More
Just happened upon this after spotting a sign on the Interstate . And am so glad I did. Absolutely fascinating. The guide was so interesting, and was able to enlighten us with stories of her family and childhood. I could have listened to her for...More
Very nice and informative. Flora our tour guide was awesome. The trail to the village is 1100 foot and a little steep. There's a golf cart that you can ride down to the village. I would recommend it if you have trouble walking up or...More
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