Plains Indian Museum

Buffalo Bill Historical Center

You could stop at every reservation between Illinois and Wyoming, but why, when the Plains Indian Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody can teach you as much as you want to know about all the tribes that lived, and still live, in the area? After a $3.8 million remodel and reinterpretation, the Plains Indian museum reopened in June 2000 as a living, breathing place where more than just Indian objects are on display. The museum tells the story of the lives of Plains Indian people, their cultures, traditions, values and histories, as well as the contexts of their lives today through traditional displays as well as interactive kiosks. It is the rare museum the kids appreciate and enjoy as much as mom and dad.

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