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We went during the arts and craft festival. A little bit more crowded than last time we visited, but still a lot of space to look around. They have a nice museum, and a alligator show worth watching. Plan for a half day visit, then...More
The shop is big and has a variety of items,
The airboat tour was amazing and fun, the guide was informative and passionate, lots to see and great value for money. They have drinks and toilets (you’ll need them after the long drive)
We visited both the village & did an airboat ride tour. At the Village we saw the gator show & walked the Museum. Both were nice & informational. Although, for the price I suggest you visit when thier having a festival. Other than those two...More
First time at the Miccosukee Indian Village and I loved it. They have an arts and craft festival every year after Christmas for 1 week. There’s a Museum in the village, Alligator wrestler, you can take a photo with one of the big alligators or...More
Promised a 30 minute airboat tour and told to book this tour as opposed to competitors dilue to extra time on the airboat. The tour operator was misleading. Stated an alligator show, photo and a tour of the indian village. We were given about 45...More
Had company visiting for the holidays from out of the country and thought this would be a great unique experience for them to try.
We got hungry after walking around and chose a place called - The Little Shack - to try the food
At milepost 41 you will find the first restaurant heading in the Naples direction. Keep driving.
Everything is just sub-denny's. We had the Cuban toast, grits, 'slammer' and orange juice from a jug. The sausage patty would embarrass a motel 6.
We asked for a...More
I brought a group and we had an amazing experience Doreen is an unbelievable person who was very helpful and provided us with everything that we needed. It was such an honor to be introduced to the members of the tribe and to take a...More
We stopped in here before taking the airboat ride across the road. The small shop offers touristy, tribal-related items that look like they're made in China. Nothing special, mostly a place to kill time and get out of the sun and heat.
We experienced in order, lunch, the museum, alligator show, cultural/crafts stations, and airboat ride. The museum was very informative, appropriate and well maintained. Riff provided just the right balance of education and entertainment with the alligators. Don't miss the chance to hold the juvenile alligator....More