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Indian Village Reopens

The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida has reopened. The Village is once again showcasing its tribal arts and culture with crafts, airboat rides and alligator demonstrations. 

Visitors can observe Miccosukee Indians as they engage in the traditional arts of doll making, beadwork, patchwork and basket weaving. It’s also an opportunity to learn about the culture, lifestyle and history of the Tribe, explore the gift shop, and taste local cuisine at the Miccosukee Restaurant.

The Miccosukee Tribe doesn’t wrestle its alligators — they love them and hope that visitors learn about them through their demonstrations. Watch demonstrators explain centuries-old traditions and rituals that have been handed down by generations of Miccosukee.

The Miccosukee Indian Village Museum showcases the Miccosukee history and culture preserved through historical documents, archival photographs and original artifacts. See

Location is Mile Marker 35 on U.S. Highway 41, Miami, FL. Open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Here's the ticket pricing structure:

Village & Airboat Package
Adults $35; $20 for kids 6-12 years old; free for kids five and under

Field trip groups/Tour groups
Adults $35; $20 for kids; 20% discount off total price

Village ONLY Entrance
Adults $25; $15 for kids 6-12 years old; free for kids 5 and under

Airboat ONLY Entrance
Adults $20; $12 for kids 6-12 years old; free for kids 5 and under

Call 305-222-8380 ext. 2409 or 1056 for more information.

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