National Museum Of Woodcarving Custer

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National Museum Of Woodcarving
Hwy 16 West
Tel: 605-673-4404

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Visit this AAA rated family attraction.Inside our carving studio today\'s magic continues to happen. During most of the season, Kieth Morrill, NMW\'s resident woodcarver, or guest woodcarvers from all corners of the U.S., bring thier individual tallents to the National Museum of Woodcarving. Watch profesional woodcarvers chisel and shape an ordinary block of wood into a work of art right before your eyes. You may choose to learn the art of woodcarving yourself by scheduling a few hours, or days, with a professional in the carving studio.
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    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.

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