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Miccosukee Indian Village, Tamiami

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Welcome to the Miccosukee Indian Village Just 30 minutes west of the Florida Turnpike, in the heart of the enchanting Florida Everglades, you can enter a world rich in tradition, time honored customs and heritage unlike any other the Miccosukee Indian Village. More than the native habitat of a proud people, the Village represents the rich culture, lifestyle and history of the Tribe.
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  • We had a great morning with these guys, for only 12 dollars per adult you have a guided tour of the village and then an added exiting gator show with one of the staff Feral looked after us on the tour...  read more »
  • A must for anyone interested in native American culture on the map. A trip to this place allows you to understand the modern fate of the indigenous peoples of North America. The village in the middle of anything, in which there was a school, a store, the culture. It's no wonder that today the descendants of the Indians they live on a much lower rate than the average resident of the continent.
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  • The village is a nice short but enjoyable experience, you can happily spend an hour or so here, see the big gators up close and watch a fantastic show with one of the natives and some of the gators, r...  read more »
  • This village could be many things, but currently enjoyable isn't one of them. It could be a fun, educational or informative experience, but instead it is a depressing experience that just leaves you disappointed. Everyone there gives a very distinct impression that they would rather be anywhere but there. The alligator show was sad, the man running it not saying much or explaining why things are done or not done, instead only wrenching jaws open or sticking his hand in the mouth of the gator. Overall wouldn't recommend. Watch a movie on the American Indian People instead and get better value for your money.
  • Very nice gift shop. They had tons of unique items there and the staff was super nice!
  • I am Navajo and visited this passed November15, 2015 and enjoyed the village. It was very informative. I took a friend with me who thoroughly enjoyed it. I also found out I have 3 relatives (Tangle Clan) who work there as jeweler/silversmiths so that was a unique surprise and made my visit more enjoyable. My friend had not been exposed to any indigenous history so he had alot of questions on the way back. This was a great opening to conversations we will have. Thank you Leland P. Morrill (Navajo/Santo Domingo Pueblo)
  • It was a very hot day, but still our guide gave a wonderful tour with lots of info. Really enjoyed it!
  • They should explain better the way to get to them. An exact address would be great to be put or more signs showing the way.
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