I went about 10 years ago, and the tour of different homesteads was very interesting. It has been closed for years. The story I heard was: Indian City was owned by a tribe. A group of non-Indian investors bought it from them, BUT the attraction had been "grandfathered" under the previous Indian ownership and was exempt from codes, which became nullified under new non-Indian ownership. So they had to close it until it could be brought up to code. Local businesses were hurting since the closure, since it brought in a lot of tourist traffic. So far it hasn't reopened.