Arts and Culture

Native American Heritage Attractions

In celebration of Indian Heritage Month, see photos from traditions hundreds of years old and remember the Trail of Tears.

Filed under:
+ Enlarge Photo
Shrink Photo
Legend Rock Petroglyph Site, Wyoming
Start Over

Gallery Link:

View All

Photography by iStock

Legend Rock Petroglyph Site

Located in Hot Springs County, WY, Legend Rock features nearly 300 individual petroglyphs spread across the face of red-brown sandstone. The petroglyphs, showcasing otherworldly spirit figures, feature some of the oldest examples of rock art in the world, stretching as far back as 3,000 years.

Loading...

Please forgive us, this gallery is really popular.

We sent a note to our support staff about the glitch you just experienced. Please click the button below to reload your content.

You May Also Like

Black Hills & Native Americans

The Black Hills region is rich in Native American history.

Sam Dances with Vancouver Natives

Sam gets a history lesson from the Squamish people in Vancouver and even gets to join them in a dance to the "Eagle Song."

We Recommend

Flag as inappropriate

Thank you! your flag was submitted.

Most Popular

Siamese Twins, Assassin Umbrella, Capone's Cell

See the death case of siamese twins Cheng and Eng, the Georgi Markov ...

Pictures of Cuba

See iconic photos from a day in Cuba.

World's Best Castles

They're grand, historic fortresses, and to see the best of them you ...

Rome's Top 10 Attractions

Rome is one of the significant cities in the history of the world, and ...

Puerto Rico Day

Celebrate the birth of a US territory! See why people around the world ...

More Travel Inspirations

Food Network America's Best Cook
Who Is America’s Best Cook?

See home cooks compete on Food Network to win the coveted title.

Cooking Channel's Cooking Fundamentals
Master Your Cooking Skills

Learn the fundamentals of cooking with Cooking Channel’s tips and videos.

HGTV's Living Alaska
Imagine Alaskan Living

Do you have what it takes to live in Alaska? Tour Alaskan Homes on HGTV.