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Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, Evanston

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History Museum
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  • Great place to pop in and learn about history in small, manageable setting. I used to take my children there when they were young, as it was interesting but not large. Their schools also went there on...  more »
  • I like everything that has to do with the Indians. This small museum, very few exhibits, but still interesting. It is a pity that it was not with me my daughter.
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  • The Museum is located away from the Center in a very nice residential area featuring the American suburb, i.e. separate houses only by gardens, squares and green. The museum itself is small and its collection is limited, although the claim to cover ethnic and regional diversity of the native Americans. Features educational service for children, and promotes library lectures and activities for the local community.
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  • The Mitchell museum focuses on the culture of the Native American, covering tribes from all regions of the continent of North America. It's fairly small, and they don't have any one thing that really draws you in, but lovers of history or people looking for a productive way to spend an afternoon could get a lot of enjoyment out of this museum.
  • Great place to learn about Native people. Lots of stuff to see, learn, & even hold. Some of the exhibits you can pick up and check it out. One huge downside however is the unisex bathrooms with no way to lock them once you're inside (not safe for ladies) even though they are all single toilet rooms
  • Small but wonderful museum.
  • Great place to learn about the culture of North America's native people