See a very large collection of items beautifully displayed from the culture of the Indians who lived in the Southeastern region of The United States. Organized by historical information and timeline, each of the examples of pottery have been added by Mike Stokes, the curator of this museum, creating a story of the Southeastern Indians who were settled and farming lands. Stokes has dedicated portions of the museum to agriculture to include farm equipment, barns and a petting zoo.
Both venues are by appointment, and the cost is by donation as this is a private collection by the curator.
Hours of Operation
Sunday: All Day
Free Parking, Parking on Site
Suitable for Ages