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Historic Crab Orchard Museum, Tazewell

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History Museum Museum
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  • All was wonderful the only thing I didn't find very good was the knowledge about the cow. I went with my daughter on her field trip. Everything was wonderful before we got to the cow. Everything she s...  more »
  • Touring this museum gives you a idea why the Scott-Irish settlers chose Tazewell county . The facilities are excellent and the presentations are outstanding  more »
  • This is a very nice place to visit. They have a live War reenactment in the summer nice to watch. They dress up do the whole nine yards really cool.  more »
  • Absolutely Grand! Really gives you an insight to colonial life. Its also very peaceful. Im coming for rendezvous!
  • Interesting stuff here sometimes
  • I have been a part of this community all my life and the crab orchard has always been a focal point for our young. As a child me and my family and friends would go to sample our past and try to have a living experience imagining what it was like to have been alive in the old days hunting and trapping to survive. And lets not forget the war that made our region a landmark for all to see and enjoy. We are all happy the museum is there for not only us but for future generations to learn and experience our humble beginnings.
  • Nice re-creation of The Village, An absolute crime they weren't honest about what really went on at Ft. Witten. (Side note I was involved in the archaeological dig prior to the set up of this homey little movie set.
  • If you are in to history, then stop by and check it out.