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Native American Sites

ALASKA

CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation
Simi Valley, California

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A must-see tour group attraction. Tour through an actual Air Force One. View a full scale replica of the Oval Office. Act in a movie with Ronald Reagan. Explore an authentic piece of the Berlin Wall. Visit President Reagan’s memorial site. Tour meal and docent-led tour group packages available. >

509 W. 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 907-777-2829
Contact: Dee Dee Kay
Email: dkay@ciri.com
www.ciritourism.com


 

IOWA

WinnaVegas Casino
Sloan, Iowa

WinnaVegas Casino Resort offers Vegas-style slots and live table games including poker, blackjack, and more.  Live shows include country, rock, comedy, magic, and the Riverfest Music Festival.  Flowers Island Restaurant has themed buffets and a huge menu.  And, when you’ve had enough Big Games, Big Shows, and Big Fun, you can stay at the beautiful WinnaVegas Hotel.  I-29 to Exit 127 – Sloan, IA.

1500 330th St.
Sloan, IA 51055

Phone: 1-800-HOT-WINN
www.winnavegas.biz


 

MONTANA

Montana Office of Tourism
Helena, Montana

Begin with two of the world’s greatest treasures, the crown of the continent Glacier National Park, where mountain goats pose in their home of unparalleled scenery and Yellowstone National Park where primal geothermal forces gush out of the earth while bison graze nearby.

301 South Park Avenue
Helena, MT 59620

Phone: 800-548-3390 x2
Contact: Marlee Iverson
Email: groups@visitmt.com
www.montanagroups.com


 

NEBRASKA

Nebraska Tourism Commission
Lincoln, Nebraska

Share the road trip in Nebraska.  Find living history and vast horizons.  The land’s subtle beauty and diversity draw outdoor enthusiasts.  Museums, golf, shopping, and restaurants appeal to all.  Settle into lodging ranging from elegant hotels to guest ranches.  Order a free group travel planner at www.grouptravel.visitnebraska.com or 877-632-7275.

PO Box 98907
Lincoln, NE 68509

Phone: 877-632-7275
Contact: Micheal Collins
Email: micheal.collins@nebraska.gov
www.grouptravel.visitnebraska.com

 


Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska

Winnebago, Nebraska

Make a visit to Winnebago and experience true Native culture.  The Annual Winnebago Pow Wow welcomes people and tribes from all over the U.S., July 25-28, 2013.  The year-round Bison Project allows you to see live bison in their natural habitat – rich with wildlife.  Experience all of this and have some big fun at WinnaVegas Casino Resort.

100 Bluff St. – PO Box 687
Winnebago, NE 68071

Phone: 1-800-HOT-WINN
www.winnavegas.biz

 


 

NEW MEXICO

Sky City Cultural Center & Haak’u Museum
Acoma, New Mexico

The Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum, rich in cultural architecture, serves as the reception center and museum for visitors to the Pueblo of Acoma.  It is the gateway to Acoma “Sky City,” the first Native American site to be named a Historic Site by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

PO Box 310
Acoma, NM 87034

Phone: 505-552-7861
Contact: Emerson Vallo
Email: ervallo@skycity.com

 


 

NEW YORK

Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel
Niagara Falls, New York

Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel features more than 4,000 state-of-the-art slots and 100 thrilling table games.  Enjoy mouthwatering dining options including the new Thunder Falls buffet featuring six delicious stations in a fresh marketplace atmosphere.  Spend the night in our AAA Four Diamond hotel with 604 luxurious rooms on 26 levels.  Soothe your mind, body, and soul in The Spa & Salon.  It’s all here waiting for you at Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel.

310 Fourth St.
Niagara Falls, NY 14303

Phone: 877-8-SENECA
Contact: Tina Mt. Pleasant
Email: motorcoachsales@senecacasinos.co
www.senecacasinos.com


 

NORTH CAROLINA

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel
Cherokee, North Carolina

Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel is bringing the hottest gaming action to the next level with a $650 million dollar expansion. Enjoy a variety of over 3,400 games that makes the excitement even bigger! Plus, with new restaurants including Paula Deen’s Kitchen, shops, and Mandara Spa all now open you’ll want to get in on the action.

777 Casino Drive
Cherokee, NC 28719

Phone: 828-497-7777
Contact: Beverly Webb
Email: bwebb@cherokee.harrahs.com
www.harrahscherokee.com

 


 

OKLAHOMA

Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism
Catoosa, Oklahoma

Exploring the Cherokee Nation is even more exciting with a group!  Bring your group for a day, a weekend, or even a full week of culture, exploration, food, and fun.  With dozens of cultural attractions and recreational activities, Cherokee Nation can create an experience that’s custom-fit to your group’s needs.

777 W. Cherokee Street
Catoosa, OK 74015

Phone: 877-779-6977
Contact: Cherokee Nation Group Sales
Email: cherokee.tourism@cnent.com
www.cherokeetourismok.com


Chickasaw Cultural Center
Sulphur, Oklahoma

Nestled on 109 acres of rolling hills, woodlands and streams near Sulphur, Oklahoma, the Chickasaw Cultural Center utilizes the latest technology, live demonstrations, ancient artifacts and natural outdoor spaces to tell the Chickasaw story. Features of the sprawling campus include a traditional village, amphitheatre, state-of-the-art exhibit buildings, indoor theater, café and honor garden.

867 Cooper Memorial Drive
Sulphur, OK 73086

Phone: 580-622-7130
Contact: Terrie Woods
Email: terrie.woods@chickasaw.net
www.Chickasawculturalcenter.com




Chickasaw Country
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Looking to get away?  Come experience Chickasaw Country in south-central Oklahoma. You will find one-of-a kind eateries, crystal blue lakes, unique lodging and gaming entertainment at it’s finest!  This area is rich in culture and historical sites like the Chickasaw Cultural Center and the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum.

One East Sheridan, Suite 100
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: 800-593-3356
Contact: Angel Green
Email: angel.green@chickasaw.net
www.chickasawcountry.com


Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

If you’ve never been to Oklahoma City, you may just be surprised by all we have to offer. With attractions such as the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and Bricktown Entertainment District, we’ve created a true visitors destination. Welcome to Oklahoma City.

123 Park Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Phone: 800-225-5652
Contact: Sandy Price
Email: sprice@visitokc.com
www.visitokc.com


Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

One State, Many Nations.

Oklahoma is rich in American Indian culture and home to 39 distinct tribal nations – more than any other state. Explore the history of America’s original people and immerse yourself in the numerous Native American attractions, events, museums, and shopping destinations Oklahoma has to offer.  For more information, visit TravelOK.com.

120 N. Robinson, Suite 600
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Phone: 800-996-3349 x8407
Contact: Todd Stallbaumer
Email: todd@travelok.com
www.travelok.com


Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante & Bar and Painted Door
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Nonna’s offers guests a distinctive dining experience.  From world-class cuisine, bar and patio dining, to bakery fresh pastries and breads.  Nonna’s is a destination for locals and visitors alike.  Charming and unique, Painted Door at Nonna’s offers a shopping experience featuring hand-picked specialty gifts, jewelry and accessories, and clothing and home decor.

1 Mickey Mantle Dr.
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: 405-235-4410
Contact: Avis Scaramucci
Email: info@nonnas.com
www.nonnas.com


VisitTulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma

From Tulsa’s early days before statehood, Native American culture has been revered and fostered.  Today that tradition continues in places like Gilcrease Museum, with the nation’s largest collection of art and artifacts from the American West.  This and countless other treasures make Tulsa the ideal stop in your exploration of Native American culture.

1 W. Third St., Ste. 100
Tulsa, OK 74103

Phone: 800-558-3311
Contact: Vanesa Masucci
Email: vanesamasucci@visittulsa.com
www.visittulsa.com


 

SOUTH DAKOTA

Crazy Horse Memorial
Crazy Horse, South Dakota

Visit the world’s largest mountain carving in progress only 17 miles from Mt. Rushmore. Men working on the mountain, Indian Museums, theaters, American Indian artists and performers, sculptor’s log studio-home, workshop, antiques. Nightly laser light show, in season. Restaurant, gift shops, exclusive Crazy Horse gifts. Open year-round. Hwy 16/385.

12151 Avenue of the Chiefs
Crazy Horse, SD 57730

Phone: 605-673-4681
Contact: Amanda Allcock
Email: memorial@crazyhorse.org
www.crazyhorsememorial.org