The indian village Rosehill in Růžová city by Děčín is a useum of North-American indians, showing to the visitors the original ways of living of the North-American population in 19th century.
You can find here originally furnished teepee's, replicas of clothes, weapons, toys, musical instruments and things of daily use.
The guides touring the village are wearing typical clothes also, offering to the visitors a chance to shoot a bow, drum a tampan, make their own dream-catcher, try indian games or striking a fire – literally to move back some 150 years in time and learn the indian¨s ways hands-on.
Not only children, but also adult visitors are welcome to learn and enjoy themselves.
Open during summer vacation (July – August) daily.
Every Saturday during the vacation period, a show starts by 14:00, with dances, songs and drama about indians meeting „white people“.
Contact: +420 731 473 444
1. July to 31. August
Mon - Sun: 10:00 - 17:00