1. Shana Manuel

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    Hands down one of the most beautiful, ornate and clean museums I’ve had the pleasure of visiting. Trust me, I’ve been to some of the best museums in the world. The exhibits here are engaging and enlightening. My 5 year old thoroughly enjoyed the children’s area (ImagiNation) on the 3rd floor. I loved that passports were given to the children as a keepsake and that they were able to add stamps throughout the exhibits. Also, must visit the museum store on the 2nd floor. I’m still chomping down on the Lakota popcorn..delish!

  2. Martin Smith

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    The building and space are fantastic. The exhibits and the way they’re laid out didn’t do much for me though. I can imagine they had a hard time on how to present this subject. If you already have a strong interest in this you might like it so don’t let me put you off too much.

  3. Charissa Huie

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    Excellent museum. Informative, sensitive and very educational. However, avoid eating in the cafeteria at all cost. Food is overpriced and very low quality. Additionally, the cafeteria staff is rude, uninterested and short. Everything was fine until we stopped to eat. Instead of eating at ANY of the museum cafes, take a short walk at go to the section in the National Mall where food trucks park.

  4. Lucy Dee

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    There are so many stories of the individual tribes here that it’s truly hard to consider “Native Americans” a single entity. I love the design of the museum, how there are no square corners, just a winding flow that reflects the natural world. The waterfalls outside make a beautiful picture spot. Our tour guide focused on one exhibit about what it is to be “Native American”, whether its a genetic distinction (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, etc), or whether its a cultural identity. Their cafe is also something worth stopping in to sample some native foods.

  5. Antonio D

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    A large and eclectic collection of Native American art and artifacts. The tours are quite good too.