“Discover the history of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana”
The Tunica-Biloxi Cultural and Educational Resources Center (CERC) is a 40,000-square-foot building including a museum exhibit hall, conservation and restoration laboratory, gift shop, library, auditorium, classrooms, distance learning center, meeting rooms and tribal government offices.
- The Tunica-Biloxi Museum is home to the “Tunica Treasure,” a vast collection of Native American European trade items and other artifacts deposited as grave goods by the Tunica from 1731 to 1764. The collections are located in the Tunica-Biloxi Cultural and Educational Resources Center (CERC).
- For more information, contact Melissa Barbin at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (800) 272-9767, ext. 6421.
- The Tunica Treasure represents a rich cultural legacy of entrepreneurship and political influence in the eighteenth century.
- The Tunica-Biloxi Conservation Lab provides preservation and restoration services specializing in material culture from the 18th century.
- For more information, contact Brent Barbry at email@example.com or at (800) 272-9767.
- The Cultural and Educational Resources Center (CERC) Library contains more than 1,700 titles covering a range of subject areas. The library collections complement the Tunica-Biloxi Museum and provide an opportunity for more in-depth study and research on Tunica-Biloxi and other southeastern indigenous cultures.
- For more information, contact the CERC Library at (318) 253-9767.
- Northwestern State University Distance Learning Center
- Tribal Government offices
- Tunica-Biloxi Nature Trail – Entrance to a one-mile, tree-covered boardwalk adjacent to CERC that includes crossings over the Coulee Des Grues (waterway) with access to the Paragon Casino Resort and the RV Resort.
Tunica-Biloxi Cultural & Educational Resources Center
150 Melacon Road
Marksville, Louisiana, 71351