Tennessee Valley Museum of Art
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The centerpiece of the art center's Native American exhibit is the petroglyph carved into a 3,000-pound sandstone boulder more than 1,000 years ago. The images of feet and snakes were perhaps a "family portrait" of early inhabitants of Colbert County. The elegant stone carving is displayed in an interpretive bluff shelter setting to honor the legacy of Southeastern Native Americans.
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511 N. Water St.
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
- Open M-F 9-5, Sun. 1-3 during exhibitions
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