The museum and centre is not on the beaten path, so you need to make the effort. But if you want to find out more about the Seminole, their culture, and their history, you will find this fascinating. Well laid out exhibits give a sense of these people, and we found the children's storytelling enthralling. Afterwards, a walk along the boardwalk through the forest and to the craft huts, and back into the cool of the centre.....3 hours enjoyably spent. ! And look for the huge alligator in the pool as you walk over the bridge towards the perpetual fire smouldering by the entrance!
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