The Centre has a wonderful view over the Great Plains, and is itself pretty wonderful. It's quite an architectural feat, blending a modern multi-level centre into the rocky outcrop where the buffaloes in question jumped to their deaths thousands of years before.
The subject is presented to optimum advantage, for instance by using beautiful animations, realistic, full-size dioramas, exhibits and voice recordings of living members of the tribes.
Every aspect of this phenomenon - sociological, political, geological, paleontological, archeological and even linguistic has been researched and painstakingly presented. It is sometimes sad, in some aspects shocking, but more often valuable and memorable.
It is really excellent and absolutely worth the drive - it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site for a reason. You definitely won't be bored.
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