Delf Norona Museum
Artifacts and exhibits interpreting the lifestyle of the Adena people are displayed in the Delf Norona Museum adjacent to the 2,000-year-old mound. Opened in 1978, the museum also features a gift shop, a theater that offers theatrical and musical performances along with a fine art gallery.
Cool Adena mound with a great museum. Well worth a visit if you're anywhere near the area or just passing through.
I am giving this 5 stars because there is not a choice for higher number. The information and displayed are awesome and very breath taking. The fact that you can ascend the mound and see the city is amazing
It is astonishing that we have a witness to a very early civilization, since it was built between 250 - 150 BC! Well worth a visit. Unfortunately, went on July 4th, and the museum was closed
Admission is free and the museum gives a great history of the local indigenous people who built the mound. Great all day event, especially when paired with the West Virginia Penitentiary right across the street
As a history buff I loved this museum and burial site.