Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center
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This will be one of the most amazing Native American (indigenous people) museum you will ever see! I went to this museum with my daughter for a school field trip and LOVED every minute I was there. Great way to spend a day and then pop into the Casino for dinner and some fun!
Award winning Native American history museum with life-sized dioramas and a recreated 16th century village
This world-class Smithsonian-affiliated museum owned by the Mashantucket Pequot traces the tribe's known history in this area from the end of the last ice age through to the present day. Highlights include the life-size pre-European village and the movie "The Witness" about the Pequot War.
A Smithsonian affiliate, this is probably the premier Native American museum in the the United States. It profiles New England colonial and Native American history with excellent traveling exhibits as well.
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