Frisco Native American Museum…
Located in a building with a rich and long history, the Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center includes information on Native Americans across the United States from pre-history to the present with exhibits, programs, outreach activities, and special events . Exhibits include representative samples from a broad range of North American cultures as well as special displays on the original inhabitants of Hatteras Island.
The gift shop and book store are filled with beautiful items made by native artists as well as unique and special treasures you may not expect to find in such a remote location.
The museum is open all year, and the nature trail has something special to offer in every season. A longhouse, dug out canoe, and other examples of village life for the original inhabitants of Hatteras Island can be seen on the trail as well.
Open Tuesday—Sunday from 10:30 am—5:00 pm. Hours of operation adjusted in the winter —check for specifics.
Admission: $5.00 individuals; $15.00 families; $3.00 senior citizens.
The museum also sponsors a Village Day each spring. Plan to join us April 29 & 30, 2017 for a living history weekend with more than 40 educational activities on ancient village sites.
Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center is located at 53536 NC-12, Frisco, NC 27936 and can be reached at (252) 995-4440 and firstname.lastname@example.org.