Native Americans and the general public are free to participate at the American Indian Exposition. The exhibits, events, and concessions are a great way to learn, overcome barriers, and get to know others. All in all the exposition is the perfect way to share the spirit of Native America.
With the American Indian Exposition celebrating Indian heritage, it’s no surprise that the community is a major part of the event. Indian camps are maintained during the exposition, calling back on the original way of life for Native Americans. These camps are filled with tepees, tents, grass houses, and brush arbors. Throughout this community, there is a sense of tradition and instead of giving, caring, and spirituality.