The building itself is designed to look like a giant hogan -- one good-sized room, so you can see at a glance how much there is to see. There's generally one exhibit at a time, and of course you could spend hours studying each piece, but more likely, especially with small kids in tow, you can appreciate it all in 20-30 minutes. Fabulous and also scenic museum shop downstairs looks like an authentic trading post from 100 years ago. The jewelry is not inexpensive, but the quality is well, museum-quality! and you know the money is going direct to the artist (and to support the non-profit museum). And admission is free (donations welcome).
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