Regardless of what you think of a group of people who dressed up as Native Americans in the days before political correctness put an end to those activities, this is a nice museum with a collection of pottery, with some paintings, and other artifacts. At the time you buy your admission you are provided with background information about the people who called themselves Smoki and how their activities evolved into the museum you see today. You are also given a small booklet that describes the various exhibits. There is a room in the rear that has historic photos and more detailed info on the Smoki. Worth visiting for an hour or two -- especially on a day when outdoor activities may not be a good idea.
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