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Ho-Chunk Ciporoke (chi-poo-tee-kay) built by Ira Anderson, Jay Blackdeer, & James Blackdeer. Come, Experience and Learn about a Native American Woodlands dwelling.

Scheduled Docent-led tours, with regular admission.

(Weather permitted)




Mitchell Museum
of the American Indian

3001 Central Street
Evanston, IL 60201


Tuesday – Saturday:
10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 12pm – 4pm

Adults: $5.00
Children, students,  teachers, seniors: $3.00
Mitchell Members: FREE
Tribal Members: FREE
Military Members: FREE (Memorial Day - Labor Day)

Featured Exhibit:

Native Haute Couture



Make a craft,
explore inside a
real wigwam, and
much more!
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The permanent collection represents the art and culture from tribes
across the United States and Canada from Paleo-Indian times
to the present. Support the collection by Adopting an Artifact.

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