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Be prepared to learn something that you never knew. We were surprised to see so much and learn even more!
A must see and a treat for all
You get out of it what your willing to learn
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My daughter saw the museum advertised in a Pocono tour book we'd picked up. She's 12, and was interested in going. The ad had a coupon, buy 1 adult ticket, get 1 adult or child ticket 1/2 price, so we figured we'd check it out....More
For many years, we passed this place and were curious,but never stopped. Yesterday, we did! It was smaller than I thought it would be. You enter through the gift shop. You can browse, jewelry, incense, photos, books, stones. If you choose to pay $6 per...More
Having Lenape blood I found this small but very well put together museum ,very interesting and very imformitive,self tour so you make of it ,what you make ,to my wife and I we had a ball in there,the ladies in the gift shop are very...More
My children are from the Shawnee tribe and I can rarely find information about the tribe. They have an entire floor of books sorted by tribe, including lots of books for kids about tribal customs. Clothing, toys, dolls, cds, moccassins, postcards, you name it--they had...More
This museum is worth a stop if you are in the area. It is on the smaller side, but has plenty to teach about the area. Plan for an hour to an hour and a half to see it all. Plenty of parking and easy...More
Nice place to visit. it has a self tour of how the Indians were in this area very informative and a little sad on how they were treated but we all know that already. They have a gift shop there too of cause things are...More
The Museum is a 30 minute self-guided audio tour. Look for half-price coupon for second admission. The tour is very informative for adults and children.
The store has many rooms of Indian-related books, pictures, apparel, postcards, etc. Most a reasonably priced compared to typical gift...More