I visited in mid-September 2017 and the museum was open at the location right next to Interstate 90. The exhibits - mostly placards - tell the heartbreaking and sobering story of the massacre of native Americans at Wounded Knee. Not a shining moment in the history of the United States... If you aren't familiar with the story, this museum tells a thorough story and should be required learning for European Americans who don't know the story. Also good that the admissions go to native Americans.
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