The Wolf Creek Indian Village and Museum will introduce you to the life led by the Eastern Woodland Indians who inhabitated the land 500 years ago.
The recreated village is the size and layout of an actual archeological evacuation known as the Brown-Johnston site.
The conventional museum exhibits artifacts from the actual site, various exhibits focused on the Eastern Woodland Indians. The exhibits are also enhanced with collections from across the United States.
Beautiful nature trails and ample picnic facilities make this a must stop for families and those interested in the Native American history of the First People of Southwest Virginia.