I like the idea of this monument/memorial, but I think the execution is poor. You have to watch the video to understand the full story of the intent and idea of this monument, and sitting to watch a video with little kids isn't always possible. We had hoped the copious displays of artifacts might provide us with the Native American History, but there was no flow of information and the story behind the creator of this site was not fully explained in the exhibits. So basically, you have to watch the movie to understand this monument.
The presentation by the Native American Grass Dancer (Danny?) was much enjoyed by the kids, but we are all bummed by the fact that you can't get any closer to the monument than a bus ride to the base. I understand that this is not a national monument, but the admission price is still high for what you get. I think this monument and collection of artifacts is a great idea, but this facility is in desperate need of a curator who can create an exhibit/set of exhibits that create a more complete story of the Native American History and the importance of this monument.
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