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The Mid-America All-Indian Center is the only facility of its kind in Kansas that is solely dedicated to educating people about and preserving the art and culture of American Indians. The Indian Center invites visitors to stroll through its many...more
Really enjoyed the visit to the Keeper of the Plains statue!! Awe inspiring place with the river, the monument, the music and the city skyline in the background. The history of the American Indian tribes of this area is well shown in this beautiful setting
Located in the riverside neighbourhood of Wichita is the Center, a museum celebrating the history and culture of Native Americans, considered to be the only facility solely dedicated to American Indian Culture in Kansas. The museum is interesting with active visual and audio displays enhancement...More
Date of experience: October 2017
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MidAmericaAllIndian, Manager at Mid-America All-Indian Center, responded to this reviewResponded 13 January 2018
A wonderful place to visit. Especially with pow-wows or events happening there. Museum is very interesting, and the gift shop as well. This is a center of cultural heritage for many of the Native Americans in the area and other states. Pow-wows are truly spectacular...More
This was our first trip to Wichita. Don't ask me why, our travels just never took us there before. Wichita is a very friendly and clean city, and alongside the downtown area, there are two rivers that intersect, The Arkansas River and the Little Arkansas...More
Ok, I have a real interest in this one. My grandmothers cousin Jay Russell Hunter helped with this place and performed here often before he passed. If you love Native culture and you're in town, this is a must do especially during Pow Wow.
We were looking forward to coming and hearing about Native Americans in Wichita, their history, etc. What we saw were ways that Native Americans have contributed to the arts in Wichita, and a small section on their involvement in America's wars, which was very interesting....More