Mid-America All Indian Center
The Mid-America All Indian Center is dedicated to the preservation of Native American heritage, culture and traditions.
It is a frequent site for Indian pow-wows. The permanent collection including artifacts and paintings of Native American cultures throughout North America gives insight to the history responsible for the survival, diversity and unique achievements of the Native Americans.
Native Wichita artist Blackbear Bosin’s famous 44-foot sculpture “Keeper of the Plains” stands at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers on land where the Wichita tribe camped a hundred years ago.
Hours: Mon – Sat., 10 am to 5 pm; Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm
650 N. Seneca, (316) 262-5221
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