The Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center10 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 18154 N 1st St, Spiro, OK 74959, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9189622062
- Tags: Family And Kids, Archaeological Site
If your heart yearns for exploring the past, you should definitely visit the Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center. As a prehistoric archaeological site, the Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center is famous among locals and tourists. The site exhibits the American Indian heritage. The artefacts discovered from the place are known to be the result of the culture of the Spiro natives. Located near the River Arkansas, this site exposes the back story of the lace. It somehow exposes how the trade, culture and religious practice were strong during the prehistoric period at this place. A family trip to this location would get you closer to the lifestyle in the prehistoric era. There is a gift shop at this place that sells a lot of interesting things. You can reserve a guided tour to learn about the location in details.
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The Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center Reviews & Ratings
Drove a ways to see this place and it was closed due to the floods in early summer. When I googled it the status was open so beware. I'll make another trip sometime.
Had a nice trip with friends to the Mounds. Because of looting in the 30s most of the artifacts are replicas, but don't let that stop you. Talk to the Staff Member (if you can/ it will be worth it) before you go out to the site so you can have a greater understanding of life there. Overall, nice trip!
I love going on Solstice and Equinox walks.
The museum is interesting, not a while lit to see outside, but a lot of information is provided on the self guided tour.
Place is well kept. Friendly staff