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Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian, Amarillo

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian is located in Amarillo. Plan to visit Kwahadi Museum of the American Indian during your Amarillo vacation using our convenient Amarillo vacation route planner.
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  • 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 ...  read more »
  • 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 goe...  read more »
  • The Museum gives a very good insight into the history and culture of the Indians of North America. A place for the relax.
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  • We went to Amarillo with this as one of the top on to do list. We arrived in town and find it has very limited hours. Worse we went at 300pm today and doors locked. The parking lot is very run down and it makes the place feel abandoned. It's very univiting from the outside. Real shame we missed out on what seems to be a good museum.
  • Please please do NOT stay here overnight with a scouting troop! It maybe free but you get what you pay for! On June 21st, 2016 between midnight and 5am someone broke into our troop truck and stole a bunch of stuff including a very expensive Nikon D700 Camera body, 2 lenses, memory cards, nikon binoculars and my favorite walking stick with a Garner State Park emblem on it. They also took many of the girls clothing, shoes and bags a long with personal items. These are all NOT covered by GS insurance or auto insurance.. These girls are only 10-11 years old. This place has NO security and NO camera or night lighting and it is very conveniently located right off the highway next to a big truck stop. There are too many places for a thief or 2 to hide and wait and then steal with NO one even noticing. Please please do not stay there. It is NOT safe!!! No one from the boy scout council or anything has offered to help refund or replace items.. NO one cares!!
  • One of the best places to go when you're in north Texas. I'm part of a Boy Scout troop/Venture crew that stays at the kwahadi kiva when we come to north Texas and I have to say it's incredible! We all love the dancing, artwork, and the exhibits! When you come in you feel welcome right away.
  • Incredible facility and authentic in every way possible. Have known these folks for many years and they work diligently to honor native peoples and have tremendous respect for customs and traditions.
  • Good clean entertainment. The kids work hard to put on the show.
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