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November 11, 2004
If you really want to you can walk up and down the mouds. It sounds exciting I know. The musem is probably as big as your college dorm room and not intresting at all. Seeing as how they have only excavated 9% of the area, they dont have much to show off.
In short there are far better things to do in the city of Cartersville. Do not waste your time or the $2 it cost to get in.
From journal Georgia, my home state
by DAB JJB
St. Louis, Missouri
April 23, 2003
The village was located next to the Etowah River where some fish traps are still in place. Signs describe how the traps worked to provide large amounts of fish for the villagers.
Along the riverside are heavy platform swings and benches for a restful stop after exploring the mounds.
From journal Fairfield Plantation outside Atlanta
November 7, 2000
From journal Historic Cartersville