National Museum Of Woodcarving Custer
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by Ron Barker
This is a tourist trap. It is little more than a room with a series of carved weird caricatures of depression-ara farm scenes that have primitive mechanical movements. The accompanying narratives are read in a "hillbilly" voice that is just plain silly. Most of the rest of the carvings (that are for sale) are not especially impressive. For $11 a person, I'd avoid this place.