This is not only a museum full of Native American and southwest artifacts but it is a place that seeks to preserve the history and traditions of native peoples from all over the US. We were traveling through and had only one night in Amarillo. We made a point to catch the last performance of the season. The boys in... 更多
We happen to be in town when they were having their summer pageant, The Song of the Eagle. We called and purchased tickets for the show. The museum is small and even for the most interested museum goers, would probably take no more than 30 minutes to an hour to tour the entire location but it was still very interesting... 更多
Our Girl Scouts really enjoyed looking at all the exhibits. The giant bear, the artifacts and gift shop were a big hit
This is a small but important museum about the First People that lived in the area for hundreds of years. The art, photos, animals and other artifacts are interesting for all ages. We even had the opportunity to watch a teacher with a huge drum instruct students in the art of an American Indian dance.
We were not fortunate enough to be in town during one of the shows they present, but we will return! This beautiful museum is filled with art and artifacts relating to the tribes of the area. If you only see one museum related to native americans, this is the one. They have an all volunteer staff, and it shows in... 更多
Very interesting and really friendly staff who explain more than you ever asked. They just love their museum and can be proud of it. Will be back and always bring our guests to this awesome and inspiring place.
We've lived in the area almost 4 years now and last night was the first time we had seen the dancers. We had been to the museum, which by itself is a worthy experience. The murals and art collection; the artifacts and displays tell a very simple story of the southern plains and southwest native people. Then there is are... 更多
We really enjoyed visiting this museum with our RV Club. They have a very nice gift shop in addition to the very interesting museum. We didn't do the meal they offer and didn't get to see the Indian dance performance but we plan to go back later for that when time permits. Must make reservations for the meal.
Go for the pre-show dinner, and then enjoy the native American dances and stories. Great gift shop also where one can purchase authentic articles at fair prices.