Angel Mounds Historic Site is truly an incredible piece of history that we're lucky to have right here in the Tri-State! Did you know that Angel Mounds is one of the best-preserved pre-contact Native American Sites in North America?  It is believed to have been built between 1000 and 1450 (that's a looooooong time ago)!

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On October 2nd-3rd you can enjoy Angel Mounds and celebrate arts through Native American song and dance performances, plus support Native American artists with the Four Winds Native American Show. Here's what you can expect to see on those days at the event:

Celebrate the arts through Native American song and dance performances. Plus, shop a variety of hand-crafted items from Native American artists including Navajo silversmith Abraham Begay, Santo Domingo Pueblo silversmith Nelson Garcia, Miami bead worker Katrina Mitten and Choctaw painter Gwen Coleman Lester throughout the afternoon.
Tickets are $10/adults, $9/seniors, $7/youth, 25% discount for members.

The annual event is back in 2021 and it's 2 days long this year! Which means plenty of time to get to the event and enjoy Angel Mounds! If you aren't able to make it to the event, no worries! You can still enjoy Angel Mounds Historic Site Wednesday through Sunday from 10AM-5PM. When there you can explore their Interpretive Center where you can learn about tthe Middle Mississippian culture who inhabited this area from 1000 to 1450 A.D. They also have twelve earthen mounds that you can follow hiking trails to see. There's truly so much history. you could spend the whole day there learning!

And before you go, enjoy this little moment of peace from Angel Mounds.

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