We first visited here a few years back, and we always wanted to visit again so we made the effort to do so. We were glad we did. First there is an interpretive trail you can walk when you head up from the parking lot, and after a couple hours in the car it was a welcome walk. We saw several deer, and got an excellent view of the Buffalo jump grounds. You can't help but wonder what it was like to be here when the native people harvested the buffalo. The museum does a good job of letting you get a feel of the hunt and the people who depended o it. A great deal of time has been spent making the detail of the experience pleasant. There are hands on exhibits for the kiddies, and just the right amount of detail and artifacts to captivate the adults. There also is a cafeteria for lunch or snack during your visit. Stop by and see if you don't agree it's a humdinger of a little museum.
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