The Indian village features full-scale, painted and fully equipped tepees, an enormous tio-teepee, which can accommodate up to 50 people, a couple's hut (Indian sauna), war lodge – a special war tent, as well as an exhibition of handicrafts of plains Indians - faithful replicas of Indian costumes from 200 years ago, made of thousands of beads: war shirts, tomahawks, rawhide bags… and many other things.
The visitors can learn about life in an Indian village, see a warrior smoking the sacred pipe, discover how women prepared hides and see the poignant scene of the warrior's funeral. You can also shoot a genuine Indian bow on a range and take part in many additional workshops, including music and handicrafts, Indian cuisine, and face painting, as well as participate in original games.
When you decide to pay a visit to the village, you need to choose one of the options from the programme – each of which can run from about 1.5 hours to as many as several days. In the case of inclement weather, all workshops are held in a heated room with seating, a stage with lighting, sound system and multimedia equipment.
You can also get a stylised photograph as a souvenir of your stay in the Indian Village.
There is a village shop with souvenirs, ethnic instruments, albums with ethnic music (including Indian music) and organic products from the Eco Farm.