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Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center

Category: Museums

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The Outer Banks of North Carolina

The museum contains a nationally recognized collection of Native American artifacts, exhibits and natural history displays. Galleries filled with native art include information on Native Americans across the United States, as well as artifacts from the first inhabitants of Hatteras Island. Designated as a North Carolina Environmental Education Center and a Historic Albemarle Tour site, the museum also includes a newly opened bird observation room and several acres of nature trails winding through a lush maritime forest. Trails include exhibits and accommodations for visually impaired persons (VIPS).

Location
Hwy 12, Village of Frisco

Hours
11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday - Sunday. Mondays by appointement. Winter hours adjusted.

Admission
$5 per person
$15 per family
$3 for seniors

Services
Guided tours and lectures for school and youth groups are available with notice.

Facilities
Newly expanded history center and bookstore.

Contact Information
(252) 995-4440
Website