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“so many artifacts!”

End of the Trail Museum
Ranked #3 of 14 things to do in Klamath
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A small museum located in the "Trees of Mystery" attraction, with elaborate Native American baskets and costumes on display.
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Really impressive collection of Native American artifacts. Kind of dated in it's presentation, and not much education, but the sheer volume of baskets / tools/ regalia is an education itself. It's worth a stop the stretch your legs and going through the museum can take as long or short as your want it to (but don't get sucked into the trees of mystery tourist trap).

Thank beeman4
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"impressive collection"
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Reviewed 21 June 2017

We would never have stopped in here except for a friend's recommendation. The museum is located in the touristy Trees of Mystery attraction. Unlike T of M, it is free. Collection is highly rated, and rightfully so. I've enjoyed many Native American museums, and this ranks right up there. If you are interested in Native American culture of the west, it well worth an hour or two. Wish they had had a couple of benches to rest on--I would have stayed longer.

Thank Lee L
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

In the Gift Shop at the Trees of Mystery. There are artifacts from Native American Cultures from various areas of the country. Our Grandkids (16, 14 and 6) enjoyed the museum and found the exhibits interesting.

Thank csarchibald
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Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Impressive collection of Native American artifacts. Well lit displays with more than enough cultural and historical information.

Thank Jenny I
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

We were so surprised that there was a genuine museum in this gift shop-we were not expecting much more than post cards and trinkets-Holy smokes the artifacts, clothing and histories of all the different tribes was way more complete than many huge, citified museums that charge huge admittance fees-And It Is Free!! (so far) Just totally worth the visit-maybe go into the museum before the trees so you aren't tired from the trekking.

Thank Alice C
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