The Kisama Heritage Village showcases the cultural diversity of Nagaland and is an important place for those interested in knowing more about this place and its people. A land rich in tradition and maintaining its cultural identity, the diversity of Nagaland is best shown at one place in this Heritage Village. Displaying the models of all the various styles of houses belonging to different ethnic groups, the Heritage Village is one of its kinds in Nagaland.
Surrounded by lush green hills covered in hundreds of different varieties of plants, the beauty of this village is further enhanced by the intricate carvings on the traditional houses that make up this village. Thatched roofs and wooden walls of the houses make you want to own one for yourself as you take in the ambiance of this place. Morungs as these houses are called differ in their designs according to the community that live in them. There are a total of 16 such different Morungs representing the 16 communities that live in Nagaland. Along with the Morungs, the Heritage Village also houses a museum dedicated to displaying artifacts from the Second World War, a food court, a traditional hall which is made of bamboos and a stadium which plays host to the Hornbill Festival every year.