The Mid-America All-Indian Center Museum offers a vareity of hands-on learning experiences in a setting that is filled with traditional artifacts and contemporary artwork created by noted Indian artists.
Plains Indian Encampment
Outdoor exhibits with a full-size tipi alongside native edible and medicinal gardens that illustrate how Plains Indian families lived in the past. The area is one of 206 official State of Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Outdoor Wildlife Learning Site (OWLS). Open from May 1 to mid-November.
Found along the path that connects the Indian Center to the Keeper of the Plains. There are two artist gardens. One is dedicated to Blackbear Bosin and the other to Woody Crumbo.
Gallery of Nations
An area that proudly displays nearly 100 tribal flags that were given as gifts from tribes or individual members of tribes. The Gallery of Nations also includes a totem pole from KAKE Alaska and “Choc the Rain God” serpent statue from Wichita’s sister city, Cancun, Mexico.
Hours and Admission
Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
Senior (55+): $5.00
Military (w/ID): $5.00
Student (over 13 w/ID): $5.00
Children (6-12): $3.00
Children under 6: FREE