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Missouri’s American Indian Cultural Center

Missouri’s American Indian Cultural Center

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lat: 39.2583375 long: -93.2623577

This Native American cultural center provides information about the nine local tribes and their history within the Annie and Abel Van Meter State Parks. Admission is free, so anyone can come to enjoy temporary and permanent displays of the cultural history of the nine tribes of Missouri. There are also personal audio guides available to guide you through historical accounts for no extra cost. Complete with opportunities for hiking on the trails, freshwater marshes, and camping, do not miss out on this destination.

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