Arts and Culture, Museums

Rappahannock Tribe Cultural Center(804)769-0260. The Rappahannock Tribe incorporated in 1921 and operated tribal schools until 1962. The Rappahannock Tribe has about 300 members across the region with their Cultural Center located on Rt. 623 in the Indian Neck area of King and Queen County. Chief G. Anne Richardson is the first female Chief to be elected among the recongized tribes of Virginia since the mid-sixteen hundreds. The Cultural Center facilities provide space for classes and special cultural events, conferences, seminars and meetings. The Center is complete with a dining hall that seats approximately 50, an auditorium and breakout rooms. Plans for a Native American Museum located at the Center are underway.