This is a small museum, just getting started really. But a great deal of thought has gone into building this. There are some wonderful tall photographs of dancers in the Buffalo dance at the entrance and some beautiful works of art inside. But the real star is the path that walks a person through the history of the tribe from caveman days to the outing of the Spanish. Our grandchidren, ages 8 and 10 loved that and insisted on going through it twice. I thought it very creative, although I do not care for the sculptures of the Indians. Why are their feet so huge? They look more like trolls than people. A famous artist did them, but I have seen other of her work and hate it. I thought it was very creative to run a stream through the entirety of the dioramas, connecting them. A pleasant stop, especially if you have children, and it is free, although we left a donation. No photos are allowed.
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