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Ka Do Ha Indian Village, Murfreesboro
(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We had just been searching at the Crater of Diamonds State Park. Sometimes kids need instant gratification and we found it here. No diamonds, but plenty of planted rocks and minerals to dig for. Nice ...  more »
  • Kind of a tourist trap but we did find some pretty rocks and it kept kids occupied in the rain. A little expensive. 
  • Little gift shop and museum. Out door trail and exhibits. Kids liked digging for "planted" arrowheads and rocks. Very nice staff. 
  • This was an amazing, family fun kind of place! We hunted in their field for quartz, arrowheads, ancient pottery, and other fun rocks! Went to Crater of Diamonds the day before and did not find much of anything and the digging there was much harder. These were either laying out in the field or under loose dirt. Workers there were very friendly and informative and the gift shop had lots of really cool stuff!
  • Awesome places, have been there several times over the last 20 years and this was one of the best experiences that we had. They even plowed up some of the field and found 4 replica arrowhead, lots of quartz, pottery from 80 to 1200 ad, and broken real arrowhead
  • We enjoyed the museum and burial mounds. The area is beautiful! The staff was very informative and friendly. Very cool place to visit.
  • Don't be fooled. Ka-Do-Ha is a sham. Just think about it... do you really think there are any authentic arrowheads left after the same field has been picked over for many years? Their scheme is to highly disappoint your children in the "arrowhead field" then bring you in and talk you into buying a bucket of dirt for 50 - 100 dollars, in which you're guaranteed to have a diamond in the bucket (very small gem and only worth about 5 bucks). When going to the field, they give you a very small plastic bag (3" X 4") to put your artifact finds in. However, the small bag is STILL way too big. The day we were there I saw and spoke to several people that found no more than a couple of small quartz crystals. IF you do find an arrowhead, I would be VERY skeptical since they do sell "reproductions" in the gift center.
  • This was great for our kids. We founf tons of quartz, several large ones, an arrowhead and a few small pottery pieces. So great for kids to easily find gems. Great after a day at the diamond crater with little result.