Mid-America All-Indian Center & Museum

(316) 350-3340
650 N Seneca, Wichita, KS 67203
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The only facility of its kind in Kansas that is solely dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich cultural history and heritage of American Indians in North America. Indoor and outdoor exhibits of traditional artifacts, full-size tipis and grass houses and contemporary art depict American Indian culture of the past and present. Permanent exhibits include the Gallery of Nations, a collection of flags created to help visitors understand the strength, traditions, pride and sovereignty of the native people of North America. On the path to visit the 44-foot tall “Keeper of the Plains” sculpture are two memorial gardens dedicated to renowned American Indian artists Woody Crumbo and Blackbear Bosin. The gift shop offers handcrafted jewelry, beadwork, books, baskets, pottery, books, music and botanicals. Special events include Community Nights on Wednesdays, Share our Culture lecture series and intertribal powwows that feature dancing, artisans and traditional foods. Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

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