Ka-Do-Ha Indian Village is a wonderful
family experience with fun for all ages. This is as much educational as
entertaining leaving the visitors wondering of the world that flourished in the
United States centuries ago. Boasting one of the nicest Indian trading posts
east of New Mexico, and perhaps the only trading post found in the southeastern
part of the United States. Visitors dwell for hours looking at objects that can
only be described as crafted originals. This yields that shopping experience
that can fulfill the Christmas list of the most discriminating of shoppers and
the kids can pick up a headdress for their next show and tell, making their
summer adventure one of awe for the class! The exhibit has been remodeled this
year and now is a great time to visit taking advantage of the excitement. There
have been a lot of finds, arrowheads and crystals, in the plowed field and the
experts tell us the morning sun plays favorable to finding the treasures. There
are several one hundred year old oak trees to lounge around to enjoy what we
call an Arkansas breeze.
Throughout the summer, starting the
Memorial Day weekend there will be evening music every Friday and Saturday
night featuring artists both local and afar bringing with them their own brand
of music to the village. Prices are extremely reasonable and for most of the
acts a ticket into the Ka-Do-Ha Indian Village will give you a free pass to the
concert. Our hours are extended for the summer and we will be open from 9 a.m.
until 9 p.m. starting the 15th, day of May thru Labor Day. Do not pass this summer pleasure behind; bring
with you that special someone and enjoy the evening!
The Ka-Do-Ha Diamond Adventure is designed
to light up the faces of old and young alike fulfilling everyone’s dream while
visiting Murfreesboro; everyone finds a diamond! While visiting the trading
post just pick out a bucket with prices ranging from very affordable to what we
call the wedding bucket, yielding a diamond large enough to “hold a
wedding”. Be sure and ask the friendly
faces behind the counter how to encounter savings, using a coupon, reducing the
bucket by ten dollars. The time spent at the sluice is much like that fishing;
this time will not be counted in your lifespan. People hollering “Look at
this”, and the kids telling one another about their finds of semiprecious
gemstones and shark’s teeth!
A stay in Murfreesboro is not complete without
a visit and a photograph in front of the “World’s Largest Diamond” which is
much too large to place on our scale but the best guestimates reach numbers of
over one hundred thousand carets! Bring your camera and take advantage of this
free opportunity; it will be a photo your family will speak of for years! Some of our visitors say sunshades will help.
We have had no documentation of permanent eye damage but we do not advise
starring straight into the diamond and we are not responsible for the ladies’
cases of increased diamond lust!
For more information please call