Seemed like a good idea - see seven different Indian dwellings and learn about their culture in a single location. Also billed as having native dancing during the summer months. However this attraction has seen better days!
We were shown around by a young man who seemed to be thoroughly bored by the whole thing. He warned us in advance that some of the dwellings were under 'reconstruction'. This turned out to be a euphemism for 'falling down due to poor repair'. Many were falling apart and we could see no evidence of repair or reconstruction. Animal skins that had been laid out as bedding in most dwellings were rotting. The teepees were moldy.
The guide gave a few interesting bits of information and this was the only thing that saved this review from being a "don't do it" recommendation.
Oh and to finish it off - the native dancers were nowhere to be seen at the completion of the tour, despite our visit being during the period when the Indian City brochure said that they would be performing.
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