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“return to the good ole days”
Visit the Buffalo Nations Museum to return to the days when the horse first arrived on the plains, and when Europeans discovered Native cultures rich in elaborate ceremonies, dances, songs, and legends. From richly ornamented costumes to beautifully decorated tipi's, from colorful quill work to hunting equipment, the Museum displays a wealth of Native artifacts and collections. It is a cultural celebration of the richness, diversity, and above all, the resilience of the First Nations Peoples.
The pictures, posted here with permission of the museum, speak for themselves. Highly recommend. Enjoy! Read more
Museum about the native Canadian Indians, inside a building resembling a 19th century log fort, complete with towers, near the center of downtown Banff. Lots of mannequins with painted faces and... Read more
Banff, Alberta. Highly commercialized museum near DT Banff. The portraits have the typical stereotypical features of the Natives with a Rain Dance exhibition included. Buffalo museum is broken... Read more
Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum
- Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun, Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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