On your way back from Cape Flattery, stop at the Makah Cultural & Research Center in tiny Neah Bay for a one-of-a-kind history lesson scaled just right for kids. The Makah Nation’s Cultural Center features 55,000 ancient artifacts recovered from a 500-year-old Makah village buried in a mudslide near Ozette, 20 miles south. Kids will especially enjoy the full-scale replica of a longhouse and canoes.
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First stop when you get to Neah Bay - very good overview
Learn about the Makah, their long history in the area, and the incredible accidental findings after a mud slide. Plan for 1-1.5 hours, and pick up your parking pass for Cape Flattery here.
Overlooked Native Americans
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