Miami Native American Attractions

Miami Native American Attractions

Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum
Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki means a place to learn.
Learn about history,archeology, culture and how Seminole lived in the Florida swamps and Everglades.
The museum features:
Living village, exhibits, boardwalk, collections and store.
Address: West Boundary Road Fort Lauderdale, FL
17 Miles North Of Interstate 75 between Fort Lauderdale and Naples

Billie Swamp Safari
It offers daily eco-tours into the reservation wetlands aboard swamp buggies or air boats where you can see the wildlife and the endangered flora of the Florida Everglades.
Bird watching, reptile shows, alligator wrestling, taste the Seminole traditional foods and much more.
Located on the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation.
17 Miles North Of Interstate 75 between Fort Lauderdale and Naples

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Miccosuke Indian Village
The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians has three reservation areas in Florida:
Tamiami Trail, Alligator Alley and Krome Avenue.

Indian Village
Phone: 305 552-8365
It is 30 minutes west of the Florida Turnpike.
Learn about their culture, lifestyle, history, painting and photography.
Airboat rides over the "River of grass", wildlife, gift shop, restaurant, alligator demonstrations and much more.

Miccosukee Indian Museum
It was founded in 1983.
It features clothing, paintings, sculptures and artifacts from the Tribe.
They display the government documents that gave them their sovereignty in 1962.
Mile Marker 70, U.S. 41 Tamiami Trail, Miami, FL 33144
Phone: 305 552-8365

Miccosukee Resort & Gaming
It is 15 minutes west of florida Turnpike, it has 302 rooms, gaming (Bingo, video pull tab machines and poker ) is open24 hours a day and it also has live entertainment.
Reservations: 1 877 242-6464 or 305 925-2555
Address: 500 S.W. 177th Avenue, Miami, FL 33194

Miccosukee Golf and country club.
Purchased in 2001, the former Miami National Golf Club opens from 6:30 am to 10 pm daily.
The Country Club features an Olympic size swimming pool and banquet facilities that can host up to 350 guests.
Address: 6401 Kendale Lakes Drive, Miami, FL 33183
Phone: 305 382-3930

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Native Village
It is one of the oldest attractions in Florida.
* Animal Exhibits
Alligators, turtles, snakes, monkeys, skunks, panthers, bears and much more.
* Wildlife Show
The Panther is currently one of Florida's most endangered species, there are only about 50 Panthers left in the wild.
You will have the opportunity to be photographed with one of them.
* Alligator Feeding
You will see alligators up to 15 feet long
* Native American Village
Native Village is a small private zoo in the Seminole Reservation, it has been in operation for over 20 years.
Experience life as it was 400 years ago when only natives inhabited the land.
Learn about ecology, biology and history.

3551 North State Road 7 [441], Hollywood, FL 33021
From 95 take Sterling west to State Road 7, make a left heading south.
They are about 1/2 mile on the east side of the street opposite the Seminole Casino and Bingo hall.
Native Village is open 7 days a week, from 10.00AM to 5.00PM.
Adults $ 5.00
Children (ages 3-13) $ 4.00
Phone: 954 961-4519

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Seminole Okalee Indian Village
The Seminole Indians are the original Florida natives.
Deep water alligator wrestling show and much more.
Adults $10
Seniors 55 and over $8
Children 5-12 $8
Children 4 and under are FREE
Admission subject to change without notice
Address: 5716 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33314
Location: At Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino inside the Seminole Reservation
Directions: Located just off State Road 7 (U.S. Highway 441) north of Stirling Road in Hollywood, Florida.
It is easily accessible from the Florida Turnpike, I-95and I-595.
30 minutes from the Miami International Airport
30 minutes from downtown Miami
Phone: 954 364-4221 and 954 797-5452


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