Catawba Cultural Center

About

“Tanake”(tah-NAH-ke) means hello in the language of the Catawba Indians. You’re invited to share the Native American way firsthand with Ye Iswa (EES-wah)… “The People of the River.”
Housed in the only remaining Reservation Schoolhouse, the Cultural Center includes a crafts store, featuring unique hand crafted Catawba pottery. New and improved exhibits offer an educational glimpse into the Catawba past. Experience the picturesque half mile walking trail along an 18th century wagon trail to end at the scenic banks of the Catawba River. Open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Admission: Free (Donations Accepted)

 
What do you want to do?
  • Find Art & Entertainment
  • Go Shopping
  • Wine and Dine
  • Enjoy Nature
  • Explore History & Culture
Where in York County?
  • Rock Hill
  • Fort Mill
  • York
  • Clover
  • Tega Cay

“This is the best trip we have ever taken! Our itinerary was perfectly timed and the directions were exceptional.”

Rebecca

Knoxville, TN