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Miccosukee Indian Village, Tamiami
(3.3/5 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 did this as part of a trip to the Everglades but I could have done without it. It was included in the package but it was amateurish and they were only interested in getting you to do additional act...  more »
  • We called into the Miccosukee Indian Village on our trip from Miami to Naples and were very glad we did so, the entrance fee of €12 gives you access to the village, museum and alligator show and is we...  more »
  • This village was in my list of things to do for quite some time now, i finaly made it. You pay for the tour, it is well worth it, you get to have someone that represents and explains the life style of...  more »
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  • Worst trip ever... it was like a 10 minute boat ride in the swamp wich was the only fun part. Then they took us to se the alligator wrestling wich is just cruel. They keep saying that it doesnt hurt the animal but thats just bullshit. Let wild animals be wild. ( we didnt know that there would be a wrestling show) none of the gators in that place belong there. I would never recommend anyone to go to these places. Find a place that only does the boat rides instead so that they can show you around in the swamp where the gators live naturally. One star is the lowest rating you can give here but i wanna give it at least minus 1000000.
  • Great way to break up the long drive back to Tampa or other places north o'Miami. The gator show is pretty great and the guy that was handling the gators was very informative. A little expensive but the show itself makes it worth it.
  • I went to the Miccosukee Indian Village in July with my 10 grandchildren. Six of them only spoke Hebrew. We all had a wonderful time even though it was really hot outside. The children learned a lot and wanted to hear about all of the exibits. Everybody's favorite was Pharaoh who gave us a thrilling alligator show. It was hard to explain to the Hebrew speakers because we didn't want to talk while he was talking, so we watched him a second time. He lets everyone hold an alligator! We also loved the jewelry makers and the wood carvers who were knowledgeable about Indian history and culture.They were happy that we were all interested. On leaving, we bought some inexpensive native Indian flutes and a CD of flute music. It was a great place to spend an entire afternoon. If you go, say hello to Pharaoh for us and try some of their good Cuban coffee.
  • Very friendly. Everybody was very hospitable. We enjoyed our time there
  • It was excellent. Very educational. People not very friendly but the organization made up for it.