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Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, Mitchell

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  • The movie and museum were great. Informative but not tiring. The palindrome and DIG site was super cool. The adults and the teens enjoyed this stop. Price was reasonable.  more »
  • We really enjoyed this museum! The tour was not too short but not interminably long. Our guide was very knowledgeable and humorous. the life size hut, the archaeological dig and artifacts were well pr...  more »
  • What an interesting place. First, we watched an informative movie. Then, our guide showed us around the museum. Lots to see!! Then, we went out to the dig site which is covered by a dome building. The...  more »
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  • Very informative and very well put together. My favorite part was the bison skeleton. Very worth the cheap admission price.
  • Been there two times loved it both times. Surprise what I learned. If you haven't been there go.
  • Very informative and a great tour guide when we were there!
  • Was interesting to learn about the early Indians in south Dakota
  • If you are in town for a day, it's definitely worth the visit. I actually learned quite a bit, but was only disappointed that there is no time line. All of the artifacts are scattered, and though the civilization only lasted an estimate of less than two hundred years, I think as an archaeologist dig site, a little more information which helps us understand how the people progressed would be helpful. It's scattered a bit as it is. The video should focus more on the people and less on the project as well. I think most of us are much more interested in understanding ancient civilization when we visit, than we are in archaeologists of today.