Native American Crafts for Kids

1500 Old Towne RD
Charleston, SC 29407


Broken bowls, bone tools and glass beads… These are types of Native American artifacts that archaeologists routinely find at Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site. Such artifacts are tangible links to the Native cultures who once occupied this area. When the English arrived in 1670, they brought manufactured trade goods, such as glass beads and hatchets, that signaled a change in the traditional lifeways of local Native American groups, like the Kiawah. Come participate in a Native American crafts programs where you can make your own clay pot or trade bead necklace. Pre-registration is advised as space is limited.

Contact Information

Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site

1500 Old Towne RD
Charleston, SC 29407

Phone: 843-852-4200
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  • State Park Service 75th Anniversary
  • Meeting Place : Classroom in Visitor Center
  • What to Bring : Clothes that can get dirty - we will be working with clay.
  • Park Passport Plus
  • Event Hours : 1:00, 2:00 and 3:00
  • Price : $2.00 or Free with Park Passport Plus