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I learned a lot of new from the old ways. New building, great displays and a gift shop. I took a blanket in to find out about it. Found that northern indians did not weave, but used hides. They show what they know.
Theresa is great, answered all of our questions, is very knowledgable and sweet! The exhibits are awsome and history is right on target. A great way to spend an hour or so. Plan on going a second time as they add exhibits!
I was wonderfully overwhelmed by the details and wonderful illustrations, and artifacts in this Museum!
My husband and I parted from this Native American museum, as a Wonder of the Northwoods - Please, do indulge yourself in a thoughtful, intriguing and enlightening tour!
An excellent little museum full of cultural artifacts, which presents a good overview of Indian life built around the changing seasons. Has a nice little display about the Indian spear fishing controversy of the 1980s. One big plus is that you are free to take...More
This compact museum holds a wide array of artifacts and exhbits. There is a beautiful 4-season diorama, a good collection of fine beaded bandoliers and clothing,animal and fish specimens, woven and birch bark baskets, plus fishing, hunting and historical exhibits.