This museum as noted elsewhere should be better known, as a museum dedicated to the First Nations people's its excellent. Many interesting exhibits laid out inside what from the outside looks like a Wild West fort. Animals and their relationship to the First Nations people's, their tools and equipment and a good account of how they lived and still exist as a nation within a nation.
There is an area inside for drinks and snacks, but the store is a little poorly represented, of course 100 yards away is the buffalo nations trading post so I suppose the museum can be forgiven for being poorly equipped, but I would have prefered to buy on site, and assist when they don't appear to get as many visitors as the site deserves.
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