A new and improved exhibit on the tribes of the Outer Banks at the Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center (FNAM) is nearing completion, and is expected to open to the public soon, per an August 24 update from FNAM.
“We can’t wait for you to come and experience this amazing exhibit,” stated FNAM in a press release. “The longhouse is going up, artifacts going in, videos, storytelling, a map showing historical vs. now Hatteras Island, and more! Starting with an idea from our director and adding ideas from our staff, it aims to give visitors a sense of what life for the local tribes was like hundreds of years ago.”
“The incredible support the museum has received from the Outer Banks Community Foundation, and the Dare County Arts Commission helped make this possible! Keep checking our Facebook and website for news about a grand re-opening.”
The Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center is located at 53536 N.C. Highway 12 in Frisco, and is currently open from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday.
For more information, visit https://nativeamericanmuseum.org/.