I remember being a young kid and coming to the Miccosukee Indian Village. It was always packed with people, there were Miccosukee Indians running the place and it felt very authentic. I just returned with my now 11, 10, and 7 year old and left depressed. First, there were no people there, no tourists. Second, there were no Miccosukee Indians to be found anywhere. Not on the airboat rides, not in the "Indian" village where the boat takes you, not in the gift shop, Not anywhere! The whole place was staffed by Cubans. I am Cuban-American so I love Cubans, but when you go to an Indian Village you expect to see some Indians!! The airboat ride is too expensive ($16 per person), and too short. We asked the Cuban lady in the gift shop where all the Indians were and she said, "they are all too rich now to work in the tourist places." The gift shop was also ridiculously expensive. How sad. Avoid this place, it is not worth it.
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