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This museum basically consits of one large room with the history of Lakota life on display - centered around the bison and how Lakota used almost any part of this animal. We were guided by a native Lakota. This center is located in the Lower...More
Visited today, wonderful shop and museum inside. Since there was no one else there, I was escorted around the facility by Allen personally. He also showed me an adult buffalo skull and let me hold it! Unfortunately the buffalo weren't close today. After talking to...More
We visited on August 8, 2013 and found the center closed and locked. No hours were listed. We called the phone number on the sign and a recording stated that visits can be scheduled and for us to leave a number and they would call...More
My family thoroughly enjoyed our stop at the Buffalo Interpretive Center! We got a great close-up view of the large bison herd. My kids were fascinated by the noises they made and loved watching them bathe in the dirt! The exhibits were excellent and we...More
Located just 7 miles out of Fort Pierre on Highway 1806. Our GPS gave us wrong directions, so just follow the above. This is a small center with a large herd of bison. While we were there, most of the herd came pretty close to...More