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The building is a very interesting design, the items on display are a bit sparse after coming from a nearby museum which was full of people and exhibits, looked a bit tired, some fascinating insights into the first generation.
Lovely airy museum with interesting displays. We learnt a lot about all the various tribes, including ones in alaska and went to a short film show.
There’s lots to see here. I wish we could have eaten in the main cafe as it looked like...More
This is a beautiful museum, in a stunning building. . But I would warn you not to believe the tales you have heard about how wonderful the restaurant is. The food was insanely overpriced, and they nickeled and dimed you to the extent that the...More
From all four levels of artifacts, artistry and treaties renegotiated, we could view rainbows made from prisms stacked inside a narrow window. The experience carried us deep into a spiritual connection with Pachamama.
I wish we had more time for this museum! Start on the top floor where there are some great in-depth exhibits about numerous tribes. We will certainly go back to the American Indian Museum to explore more of their excellent exhibits.
As an anthropologist, I had looked forward to visiting this museum for sometime, but it turned out to be very disappointing indeed. There are very few in-depth exhibits, and it's more just a scattering of very basic exhibits based on a lot of disparate cultures....More
After fighting the crowds at the Space Museum, this place was a very nice refuge from the masses. After looking that the lines for the restrooms at the Space museum, I crossed the street to the Museum of American Indian. The exterior of the building...More
Response from MaryM4628 | Reviewed this property |
i dont see a question . but i know i found it a very nice and it had interesting things that i didnt know . so i found it a good way of learning some things about indians i didnt know . i enjoyed my visit ....