Although we have lived in South Florida for almost 50 years, we had never been to the Village
until recently when our Colorado granddaugters (ages eight and nine) were here visiting.
We expected the worst: long lines, hokey exhibits and "shows," typical mediocre-to-bad food, and expensive, phony trinkets for sale. Quite to the contrary, however, we found a highly attractive and super-clean complex; a wonderful airboat ride; a clever and educational performance in the alligator pit; a museum full of wonderful history, including in particular the
many black and white historical photos of Miccosukee chiefs, children, and families; and even a pretty good restaurant and interesting store selling various authentic trinkets.
I highly recommend this visit for children of all ages!
Phil S., Fort Lauderdale
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